SUKKUR: Pakistan Tehreek e Insaf (PTI) Sindh president Haleem Adil Sheikh has said that there is no future of the ruling PPP in Sindh, and people would soon reject it due to the record corruption of its leaders.
Addressing a press conference in Sukkur Press Club (SPC) on Saturday flanked by MPA Raja Azhar, Mubeen Khan Jatoi, Iftikhar Lound and other PTI leaders, he said whole cabinet of Sindh is fighting the independent candidate in Ghotki by-polls. He said the PPP wants clashes for which arms are being hoarded.
He said the PPP is trying to bribe voters to buy their vote. He said Bari Pitafi wants riots in Ghotki. He said the PPP is a party of mafias. It got murdered Khalid Shahanshah after the martyrdom of Benazir Bhutto to wipe out evidences. He said now this party wants rifts and fights in the Mahar family of Ghotki.
Haleem Adil said last night every MP of PPP was asked to bring 200 armed people each in Ghotki. He said outsiders are being invited here for clashes. He said we want a peaceful election. He said we thought that Bilawal was a Bhutto, but his deeds in Ghotki showed that he was a true Zardari.
He said the PPP has announced to observe a black day on July 25, but we will observe a Youm-e-Insaf from July 25 to August 14. He said till July 25, there were dark clouds of corruption over Pakistan. Now a Naya Pakistan is being created. He said all corrupt politicians would go jail. He said Khursheed Shah is buying votes in Ghotki. He said corruption money of 25 Crores is arranged to buy votes in Ghotki.
He said PTI government is not supporting anyone in Ghotki by-polls, but the PPP government is using official machinery to support the PPP candidate. He said the by-polls of Ghotki would be the last nail in political coffin of the PPP, which is being hammered by Bilawal Zardari himself.
He said Pakistan would progress and prosper under the leadership of Prime Minister Imran Khan. He said for the progress of country, people would have to pay their taxes. He said Imran Khan would fulfill all his promises and people would get houses and jobs soon. —NNI