Karachi: Chief Minister Sindh Murad Ali Shah dismissed rumors of an agreement between Karachi parties on Monday, saying that Karachi stakeholders were only talking about setting up a committee on the development of the city .
“There was talk of forming of a committee but there has been no agreement yet,” the chief minister clarified about the meeting held on Monday between MQM-P, PTI and the PPP.
Murad was addressing a press conference at the Chief Minister House in Karachi. He added that the committee will only have members of the government and not from political parties.
“I will always follow the party policy, which is that everything will be handled according to law,” he said.
The chief minister claimed that the center was talking about Karachi to cover up its failure in international failure, implying the foreign minister’s recent statement to Saudi Arabia. He added that Karachi and other cities are in roughly the same conditions, because the country is currently suffering from rain.
“The point of sending the NDMA in Karachi was to show that there were more rains,” said CM Murad. The chief minister shared that he had a detailed conversation with the NDMA chairman about the nullahs of the city.
When talking about Sunday’s meeting, CM said that his government’s position is simple, and that is to follow the Constitution. He added that the failure of the federal government is affecting all provinces.