Pakistan’s Tehreek-e-Insaf leader on Tuesday called on Pakistani People’s Party leaders to form a provincial financial commission (PFC) award instead of shouting unnecessarily over the decision to review the 18th Constitutional Amendment.
Khurram Sher Zaman, president of the Karachi PTI and MPA, said the province had received money under the National Finance Commission (NFC) award, but the federation also had to see where the money was going.
He claimed that the deviation of Rs900 billion in Sindh province had been revealed. “After the 18th amendment, do our children get an education in a state school?” He asked.
He stated that the Sindh government had completely destroyed the quality of education.
“Even today, the health system in the province is not good. “People are worried about medical treatment,” he said. PTI leaders say the 18th amendment only harms the people of Sindh. Other provinces also have an 18th amendment, but Sindh is lagging behind, he added.
He was of the view that the 18th amendment needed to be reviewed for provincial improvement.
MPA Zaman said the interests of the state must be seen rather than the benefits of certain political parties. “The Pakistan People’s Party receives billions of rupees in terms of NFC. We also want development work in our Sindh province, “he said.
“Those who talked about NFC became silent to form a commission on the PFC itself. The decision imposed by the Sindh government in the city of Karachi cannot be enforced, “he said.
During the coronavirus pandemic, the Sindh government had completely failed to impose lockouts in the province, he said.
Asking the chairman of the Pakistani court to pay attention to forced locking in Karachi, the PTI MPA said that in the name of the locking, the industry in Karachi had been destroyed.
He said the Sindh government’s “awkward” decision caused an economic disaster in the province.