MQM-P submits resolution in Sindh Assembly against fake domiciles
Kh Izahrul Hassan. File photo
Pakistan Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM-P) Tuesday submitted a resolution on the issuance of fake domiciles and Permanent Residence Certificate (PRC) in Sindh Assembly, 24NewsHd Tv Channel reported.
MQM-P leader Khwaja Izharul Hassan addressing to media said his party demand was in accordance with the laws of Sindh.
He said the business of making fake domiciles was active in Sindh as well as all over Pakistan and NAB should take action against all those involved, and put them all behind bars, just as a degree is a degree, a fake domicile is a fake.
“The credit for preventing fake domiciles goes to the MQM. The people of Sindh have been and are being deceived and blackmailed in the name of Sindh. We demand that the Sindh government should implement its own law.”
“Our war is not against Sindhi, Balochi, Punjabi speakers. My question is only are those people who died of AIDS and dog bites in Larkana, happy with the Sindh government.”
According to the resolution, transparent jobs should be provided in Sindh and local people should be recruited for Grade 1-15 jobs in government sector.
The resolution demanded 100 percent implementation of rural and urban quota in recruitment for job applications from grades 16 to 22. "The government should take stern action against the people who have issued fake documents," the resolution read.
MQM-P already rejected Sindh government three-member committee to probe into alleged issuance of domicile certificates and PRCs to non-residents of a district and the province.
MQM-Pakistan leaders Abubakkar Siddiqui, Abdul Qadir Khanzada, Zahid Mansoori, Mehfooz Yar Khan and Shahid Ali were also present in the press conference.