KARACHI: Advisor to the Sindh Chief Minister on Information Maula Bakhsh Chandio on Sunday said there was no sin in seeking rights and facilities and we would get rights of Sindh by talking to the federation.
“All issues should be resolved through dialogues,” Chandio said while talking to media persons on the occasion of his visit at Hyderabad Press Club. He said, “We had talked of autonomy living in the parameter of the Constitution and law.”
He said that Pakistan was our country and its resources were of the all country’s masses that should be given on equal basis. He said that we were pro-federation and never talked of separation and nor would do.
About Imran Khan, he said that Khan confessed himself treating of terrorists in their hospital and I did not say them terrorists. He said that several innocent people were killed in terror incidents including army, rangers and police and we never forget sacrifices of these martyred people.
He said the Sindh government had some reservations on issues and during the recent meeting with Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif these reservations had been expressed by Chief Minister Qaim Ali Shah.
The advisor said the Sindh government was supporting the operation against terrorism since very first day and expressed satisfaction time and again over its results achieved by the Rangers paramilitary force.
Pakistan’s army is playing an important role in the war of terror and this credit goes to General Raheel Sharif while operation against terrorism was underway in Karachi and would continue till the elimination of the last terrorist,” he maintained.
He said that Sindh chief minister Syed Qaim Ali Shah runnning the government in accordance of law and constitution and he would remain the chief minister till the Gold wanted.
To a question, he said the Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) never believed in the politics of revenge and Nawaz Sharif’s government made fabricated cases on Asif Ali Zardari that never proved.
Responding to another query about the MQM, Chandio said MQM is a home political party and has its manifesto.
He explained that the LG-system was not better in Musharraf period and said legislations would be made in the line of law. On the occasion, president of Hyderabad Press Club Jay Partkash and general secretary Nasir Shaikh and others senior journalists were present.