PPP sup­ports democ­racy

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SUKKUR—Ad­vi­sor to Sindh Chief Min­is­ter for Re­li­gious Af­fairs and Za­kat & Usher, Se­na­tor Dr Ab­dul Qay­oom Soomro Mon­day said that PPP sup­ports democ­racy and demo­cratic in­sti­tu­tions in the coun­try and want the present elected gov­ern­ment to com­plete its ten­ure suc­cess­fully.

In an exclusive interview with APP, he said that that PTI would not be able to achieve any­thing adding that Im­ran’s pol­i­tics was im­ma­ture and protest ral­lies and demon­stra­tions were the right of political par­ties but con­sti­tu­tion did not al­low clo­sure of any city.

Se­na­tor Soomro said the Sindh gov­ern­ment was at­tach­ing pri­or­ity to the main­tain­ing peace, as it was a pre­req­ui­site for rapid de­vel­op­ment. He said all re­sources were be­ing utilised for the pro­tec­tion of life and prop­erty of cit­i­zens.

He said Ulema of Sindh had played an ef­fec­tive role in pro­mot­ing peace and har­mony and they would con­tinue mak­ing such ef­forts in fu­ture as well. He said that na­tion will have to unite on a plat­form for the sta­bil­ity of the coun­try and elim­i­na­tion of ter­ror­ism and ex­trem­ism, foil­ing the ne­far­i­ous de­signs of anti-state el­e­ments.

Dr Ab­dul Qay­oom Soomro said that there was a need for main­tain­ing unity for mak­ing Pak­istan a haven of peace and foil ne­far­i­ous de­signs of the en­emy. He said that law en­force­ment agen­cies had ren­dered glo­ri­ous ser­vices for main­te­nance of law and or­der and pro­tec­tion of life and prop­erty of cit­i­zens.

He said that the pro­vin­cial gov­ern­ment of Sindh with the sup­port of se­cu­rity forces have made ef­fec­tive mea­sures in this di­rec­tion and achieved suc­cess­ful re­sults in the restor­ing peace.

Re­spond­ing to a ques­tion on CPEC Project, the Se­na­tor said that Asif Ali Zar­dari had vis­ited China around 20 to 22 times and made agree­ments with the Chi­nese gov­ern­ment for joint ven­tures in bring­ing im­prove­ment in var­i­ous sec­tors of the coun­try.—APP

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