Sindh CM says no one in bureaucracy wants to work with PTI
Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah Friday said no one in the bureaucracy wants to work with PTI, reported 24News HD TV channel.
Addressing the pre-budget session of the Sindh Assembly, Murad Ali Shah said that PTI had failed to work resulting in a continuous decline in its vote bank.
He said the PM gave the subsidy himself and then asked the FIA to lodge cases. He said the federal government was continuously decreasing Sindh’s share in National Finance Commission.
He said they had offered the federal government to let the provincial government collect the tax and they guaranteed to give a fixed share to other provinces. He said they had offered the federal government to buy coronavirus vaccine for Sindh and the provincial government was ready to pay.
Murad Ali Shah said that the Sindh government gave grants to the hospitals. He said only Sindh held a pre-budget session. He said the Sindh Assembly session was going on despite coronavirus. He said the federal government was not doing any developmental work anywhere.
Murad Ali Shah said that they were criticized for lockdown but now NCOC admired Sindh’s efforts against the pandemic. He said the death ratio was low in Sindh. He said the PTI government changed the name of the Benazir Income Support Program to the Ehsas Kafalat program.
The CM said that the provincial government would pay most of the amount for Karachi Transformation Plan while the federal government would pay only for the cleaning of three drains. He said the previous federal government had completed 90 percent of work on Greenline project and the buses were due to run in three months. But, he said, the project was still in limbo.