Murad Shah has segregated Karachi, Hyderabad from rest of the Sindh: Opposition leader


KARACHI: Leader of the opposition in Sindh Assembly, Haleem Adil Sheikh, Friday, accused the Sindh government of adopting dual policy to deal with COVID-19 situation in the province. The PPP government has segregated Karachi and Hyderabad from the rest of Sindh and citizens, particularly trade and industrial community of the two largest cities, were suffering from arbitrary and unjustified decisions of the government, he said while talking to media along with representatives of trade organizations of Karachi. Karachi Traders Action Committee had set up a camp on M.A Jinnah road and started a hunger strike in protest against Sindh government’s decisions including two day closure of markets and trade activities in a week and limited business hours on weekdays .
in Karachi. Haleem Adil Sheikh, along with PTI MPA Raja Azhar and others, visited the protest camp to express solidarity with the traders and assured them of PTI’s assistance in this regard. Speaking at the occasion Haleem Adil Sheikh observed that the Sindh government has adopted double standards for traders of Karachi who were contributing 70 percent of taxes into total revenue of the country.


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