Karachi: The Sindh provincial government denied on Sunday that any committee composed of representatives from the central and provincial governments was established to resolve the Karachi issue.
Nasir Shah said in a statement that they are working with federal agencies to resolve the Karachi issue. However, he denied any form of alliance between Pakistan People’s Party (PPP), Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) and Pakistan Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM-P).
“We discussed issues of Karachi during a meeting with federal minister Asad Umar,” he said and rejected the formation of any core committee to carry out development works in Karachi.
Earlier in the day, the spokesperson of the Sindh Provincial Government, Murtaza Wahab, confirmed that the leaders of PPP, PTI and MQM-P formed a consultative committee to resolve Karachi’s problems at the meeting held in the port city yesterday. problem.
He said in a statement that there were two rounds of talks between the center and the Sindh provincial government. He added that the committee is composed of three representatives from the federal and provincial governments.
Federal Minister for Planning, Development and Special Initiatives Asad Umar, Minister for Maritime Affairs Ali Zaidi, and Minister for Information Technology Ameenul Haq will represent the Centre, while Sindh Information Minister Syed Nasir Hussain Shah, and Education Minister Saeed Ghani the provincial government with Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah to head the committee.
Murtaza Wahab said that once all parties work together, the problems facing the metropolis will be resolved. In addition, the Sindh provincial government is always ready to cooperate with other parties for the development of the province.
He said the committee will help speed up the construction of the upgrade plan and ensure that the plan is completed on time, in addition to removing obstacles to the province’s implementation of the development plan.