Saeed Ghani dismissed claims of Ali Zaidi’s secret video recording during a KTC meeting | Instant News


KARACHI: Sindh Education and Labor Minister, Saeed Ghani, said no classified video was recorded from the last meeting of the Karachi Transformation Committee (KTC), held on January 16, which featured a dispute between Sindh’s chief minister, Syed Murad Ali Shah, and the federal minister. , Ali Zaidi, added that the video of the session proceedings had been routinely maintained because some of the participants attended the meeting via video linking arrangements.

Speaking with the media at the Karachi Press Club on Monday, the Minister of Education and Labor Sindh said video footage of the KTC meeting would be made public if needed to expose the disorderly behavior of Ali Zaidi, Federal Minister for Maritime Affairs.

He said Ali Zaidi had been under mental stress and that was the reason the federal minister had issued a statement against the chief minister of Sindh. He advised the federal minister that instead of investigating the Sindh CM case, he should first ask the prime minister and his cabinet colleagues questions about the recent sugar, wheat, medicine, petroleum, LNG and natural gas scams, which led to massive losses of billions of rupees for the Pakistani people.

Answering questions, he said the arrest of incumbent CM Sindh was unlikely, as Murad Ali Shah would continue to be chief executive of the province for the remainder of his term. He claims that a reference to liability has been filed against CM Sindh because he has demanded that the province be granted its constitutional rights, including its constitutional rights, including the entitled share of natural gas reserves and the National Financial Commission Award (NFC). He said the Sindh government had done record-building in Karachi, showing the federal government’s poor performance well in front of the people of the province and the whole country.

Ghani accused PTI’s Haleem Adil Sheikh of having been nominated as the new leader of the opposition in the Sindh Assembly, capable of showing a more disdainful attitude than previous opposition leader in the DPR, Firdous Shamim Naqvi. Responding to the question, Saeed Ghani said that media people should investigate allegations against one of the activists of the Muttahida Qaumi Movement who along with some of his party colleagues from Landhi and Korangi, and the former MPA MQM, joined the Pakistan People’s Party. last Saturday. He claimed that the political activist, at issue, had been picked up by the Sindh Rangers about five to six years ago and that he had been released following an investigation.

The PPP leader said his party was not an investigative agency that carried out investigations before accepting people on his lap. “We will definitely investigate this matter if today some disclosure is made on this matter”. He said the Sindh government still had the desire to have the Pakistani Steel Mill operational once again. He claims that the current government should be held responsible as PSM losses have increased to Rs42 billion during the current regime.

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