Helping hand: Owais Muzaffar, Sardar Bux Mahar will not collect govt salary

Muzaffar and Mahar will not be using government vehicles and transportation as well.


Our Correspondent June 30, 2013
File photo of Owais Muzaffar. PHOTO: THE NEWS TRIBE

KARACHI:


Pakistan Peoples Party’s Owais Muzaffar and Sardar Muhammad Bux Mahar have announced that they will not collect their salaries, allowances and other perks and privileges from the government.


During the Sindh Assembly session on Saturday, law minister Dr Sikandar Mandhro on behalf of both the MPAs said that, “I have received a message from these MPAs who have requested to send their salary and allowances to the government treasury for the welfare of people.” Muzaffar and Mahar will not be using government vehicles and transportation as well, he said. After the law minister read this message, the MPAs belonging to the treasury benches thumped their desk and appreciated this decision. Sindh government pays up to Rs65,000 to its lawmakers for salary and other allowances.

Published in The Express Tribune, June 30th, 2013.

COMMENTS (3)

Imran | 7 years ago | Reply

@Uzair looks like you are typical PTI supporter

@ali i second you

Ali | 7 years ago | Reply

@Uzair Javaid: Why you people believe in negative perspective. The report regarding corruption is highlighted with headlines, but positive things like this news is being killed.

Please publish good stories too giving credit to those people who are making good decision

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