Barrister Murtaza Wahab speaks at a workshop organized by the Department of Education and Literacy

Karachi, February 13, 2020 (PPI-OT):Provincial Advisor for Law and Environment and Spokesperson Sindh Government Barrister Murtaza Wahab has said that the practical utilitarian approach of public-private partnerships in most areas of social life is only visible in Sindh province.


Addressing a special function as chief guest at the “HARASSMENT BULLYING IN PRIVATELY MANAGED EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS SINDH” today, the workshop organized by the Department of Education and Literacy, he said that harassing women is a masculine tactic. Less is more, but our social lives are increasing in attitudes towards harassment.


He said that such behaviour can be dealt with if we all perform our duty responsibly in the society. The element of harmony is not only applicable in the workplace but it applies to the whole society.


In this workshop, if the present gentlemen provide us with their opinions, then this matter can be taken to the best of the legislature. The subject should be included to suit the recommendation of the prospective education. Responding to questions he said that Bilawal Bhutto Zardari is planning a public response against the incompetent government, in which he will be reminded but notices were being issued by NAB.


He said that the Sindh government has allocated Rs 16 billion for three major hospitals in Karachi, but PTI leaders are spreading confusion about these hospitals in the public. He said that would governmental affairs settle Haleem Adil Shaikh and Khurram Sher Zaman?


He added that the PTI was not stopping the talks but there was no money for public relief. “It is a serious issue that if the government is deciding on a matter, the courts issue a stay order, which causes the issues to be postponed and public welfare is disrupted.”


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