Raising Voices: SUP chief criticises Sindh govt’s corruption

He accused the provincial government’s ministers and advisors of being involved in massive corruption


Our Correspondent August 22, 2015

HYDERABAD: Nationalist leader and Sindh United Party chief Syed Jalal Mehmood Shah said that the anti-corruption establishment’s raids in Sindh are an effort to prevent the National Accountability Bureau and Federal Investigation Agency from arresting the corrupt bureaucrats and ministers. “The Sindh government is trying to hide records of its corruption with the help of the anti-corruption [police],” said Shah at a protest against corruption and terrorism in Hyderabad on Saturday. He accused the provincial government’s ministers and advisors of being involved in massive corruptionHe accused the provincial government’s ministers and advisors of being involved in massive corruption. He further criticised the Muttahida Qaumi Movement chief, Altaf Hussain, saying that his contradictory and controversial statements have isolated the party and put it in trouble.

Published in The Express Tribune, August 23rd, 2015.

COMMENTS (1)

ishrat salim | 5 years ago | Reply SUP chief is correct. ACE raids are just an eye wash to pre-empt raids by Rangers, FIA & NAB.
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