Mohammad Zubair has resigned as Sindh’s governor three days after the PML-N lost its majority in parliament.
He has sent his resignation to the president of Pakistan. “I have worked as the governor in a constitutionally defined way,” he said. He has started shifting his things from Governor House in Karachi to his private residence and he will officially leave after his resignation is accepted.
I was appointed by pmln govt. pmln has lost the elections n therefore new govt shud have its own governor.
— Mohammad Zubair (@RealM_Zubair) July 28, 2018
Zubair was appointed governor of Sindh in February 2017 after his predecessor Justice (retired) Saeeduz Zaman Siddiqui passed away in January 2017.