Centre considering Rangers operation in Sindh: Asad 

Federal minister says Sindhis looking to Prime Minister Imran Khan to get their problems solved

By: News Desk      Published: 09:24 PM, 24 May, 2021
Centre considering Rangers operation in Sindh: Asad 

Federal Planning and Development Minister Asad Umar Monday took a swipe at the PPP government in Sindh for, what he called, its failure to deliver, 24NewsHD TV Channel reported.

The federal government is seriously considering launching Rangers operation in Sindh to maintain law and order, he told the media in Jacobabad. The federal minister is on a visit to Sindh.

He said the people of Sindh were looking to Prime Minister Imran Khan for getting their problems solved.

They have been deprived of basic needs, Umer said adding that PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari has no concerns with public problems in Sindh.

The federal minister said Sindh has been running short water and he claimed that he had no idea about the provincial government’s plan to get over water woes.

He highlighted the deprivation of development funds for small cities of Sindh including Jacobabad from the provincial government.

He said on one side, the Sindh government was not working on the development projects in the province, and on the other side, it was also creating hurdles in the federal projects too.

Asad said the working on PM Imran Khan’s vision to facilitate the people is on. A huge chunk of money was found in the account of a vendor while the small towns have been lacking funds, Asad said in connection with ghost accounts.

The PPP government did nothing in Sindh and it is creating hurdles in the federal government’s development schemes. Work on the development projects promised by the premier is underway, he said stressing that Sindh development would not be halted. 

The Sindhis are being misled as the ruling party is blaming the Sindh mess on Punjab, he said adding the Sindh government should follow the example of Punjab and KP where the provincial government issued health card on their own.