SEHWAN SHARIF: Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah promised to represent Sindh in the best manner possible across all forums.
He was speaking to the media after he paid his respects at the tomb of the revered spiritual personality Hazrat Lal Shahbaz Qalandar in Sehwan Sharif, Sindh.
“I will raise issues pertaining to Sindh and speak up to conserve the rights of its inhabitants with the federal government,” he said, adding he does not want to dig up the past but move forward toward development.
Furthermore, the CM said he is working with his team to develop solutions to solve the water crisis in the province.
Shah also spoke about the powers the Rangers have, saying he has not received any summary. He also said he does not recognize it as an “issue”.
The CM asserted anything pertaining to Rangers should remain an apolitical issue. “We are working with the Rangers and hope to improve the peace and stability in the region,” he added.
“We will inform the public as soon as we hear back from the federal government,” Shah said, adding such matters usually take at least 10 working days.
A major crackdown against corruption will also be implemented, he said.
The health sector will also see some noticeable improvements, the CM added. – SAMAA