Huqooq March will prove to be voice of downtrodden people

People must join ‘Huqooq-e-Sindh March’ to get rid of ‘Zardari mafia’: Fawad

134

Islamabad; Minister for Information and Broadcasting Chaudhry Fawad Hussain on Saturday appealed to the provincial dwellers to join “Huqooq-e-Sindh March” (Sindh rights march) of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) to get rid of the Pakistan People’s Party (PPP)- led government there.

“People of Sindh must turn up for Huqooq-e-Sindh March of PTI to get rid of Zardari mafia,” he said in a tweet, while urging them to stand by the federation and reject the parties relegated to regional level.

The PTI was the only federal party which had national agenda, he added.

The minister recalled that the Pakistan movement and its founding fathers emerged from Sindh.

The “Huqooq-e-Sindh March” started from Ghotki would reach Karachi on March 6 after passing through 27 districts of the province.

Federal Minister for Maritime Affairs and PTI Sindh President Ali Haider Zaidi on Friday said Sindh Huqooq

March will prove to be the voice of the downtrodden people against the cruel provincial government of Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP).

Talking to the media in Jamshoro district, on way to Ghotki from where the march would start for Karachi, Zaidi blamed the PPP for rampant corruption and bad governance in the province.

He also held the provincial government responsible for rising crimes, killings and incidents of harassment in the educational institutions.

He pointed towards several incidents of killings of men and women across the province to argue that the Sindh government had failed to protect lives and assets of the people.

The minister observed that the enthusiasm of the people was showing that the march would become a successful protest against the provincial government.

Zaidi said the march would be led by the PTI’s central and provincial leaders and that it would represent the people’s complaints and feelings of disapproval against the PPP’s government.

Comments are closed.

Subscribe to Newsletter
close-link