The Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) Sindh president, Ghous Ali Shah, announced on Friday that a formal invitation has been extended to the Peoples Amn Committee (PAC) leader, Uzair Baloch, to join the party.
“Baloch has responded positively and we are hoping that he will accept the offer,” Shah informed the media after the PML-N Sindh council’s meeting at the Muslim League House on Friday.
“Up till the moment Baloch was in the Pakistan Peoples Party, he was an angel but as soon as he left, the operation began,” alleged Shah. “He is being punished for leaving the party and we demand an end to this injustice.”
He also called for an end to the Lyari operation, saying that the people living in the locality had the same rights as other citizens in the country. Shah mentioned that he met with the PAC leader but did not share details about the meeting.
The PML-N will start its anti-government movement in Sindh from May 6. Shah announced that from Friday onwards the party would be reaching out to the nationalist parties and other leaders who would be interested in their movement. Party leaders Saleem Zia and Marvi Memon also attended the meeting.
Published in The Express Tribune, May 5th, 2012.
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