Wont al­low rob­bery of Sindh’s wa­ter: coun­try un­der ju­di­cial martial law

Daily Messenger - - National - Ab­bas Kas­sar

HYDERABAD: Sindh pres­i­dent of Pak­istan Mus­lim League Shah Muham­mad Shah has said char­ter of democ­racy signed be­tween Mian Nawaz Sharif and Sha­heed Be­nazir Bhutto was aimed to bring an end to po­lit­i­cal dra­mas staged by gen­er­als and their stooges and bring po­lit­i­cal sta­bil­ity in coun­try was still alive and would be fol­lowed in let­ter and spirit. Ad­dress­ing press con­fer­ence at press club here he said PPP and PML-N were on one page in and out­side par­lia­ment. He said Kala Bagh dam was dead horse. Re­ply­ing to cam­paign of CJP for dams on river In­dus and his po­lit­i­cal vis­its of Lon­don, SMS said Sindh would never al­low any­one to rob In­dus wa­ter from Sindh. Both PPP and PML has one leader of op­po­si­tion: Shahbaz Sharif. To a ques­tion he said most Be­nami ac­counts were of PTI’s Je­hangir Ta­reen and Alemma Khan sis­ter of Im­pran Khan. He said Pak­istan has un­der­gone many a po­lit­i­cal dra­mas from 1056 ton date: Martial Laws of Ayub, Yahya, Zia and Mushraf. Then Bhutto him­self ac­cepted post of chief martial law ad­min­is­tra­tor. He said Gen. Zia called him­self as Amirul Momnin and formed army of Mu­jahdin and in­ter­vened in Afghanistan. He said po­lit­i­cal dra­mas con­tin­ued as those in power brought Nawaz Sharif and Be­nazir both 2 times chang­ing chairs. How­ever feel­ing ex­hausted of Nataks both signed COD to bring sta­bil­ity to Pak­istan. He said now a crick­eter has been se­lected as prime minister. He does not know ABC of pol­i­tics and he is so un­aware that knows not how ru­pees plunged against dol­lar. He made it clear that both PPP and PML are united in and out­side par­lia­ment. Now den­tal doc­tor would is­sue or­di­nances and Im­ran would rule through these. He called present sys­tem as Ju­di­cial Martial Law, we would see how long it con­tin­ues af­ter Jan­uary 17( date of re­tire­ment of CJP).

HYDERABAD: Shah Muham­mad Shah Pres­i­dent of PML Sindh ad­dress­ing news con­fer­ence at Hyderabad Press Club.

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