CM Murad asks PM Nawaz to step down


MITHI: Chief Minister Sindh Syed Murad Ali Shah Monday demanded that Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif should resign as soon as possible after revelations in the Panamagate JIT report.
He was talking to the media here during a ceremony wherein Arbab Lutuf announced joining of the PPP.
Shah said, “PPP has demanded from day one that an inquiry should be initiated after the premier stepps down from his post.”
“Two judges had already declared PM Nawaz guilty of being involved in a mega-corruption scam and thus he had no justification to remain in office anymore.”
He said that Sindh government is fully committed to serving the people of Thar, adding that he hoped that thousands of Tharis would get jobs in the various projects being launched by mining firms in the desert region.
Murad welcomed Arbab Lutuf’s decision to join PPP, terming it a “timely and wise step.”
Shah said he hoped that Lutuf would continue to serve the people of Thar along with other PPP leaders.


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