(City): Bhutto hopes Khan will redress Sindh’s woes

Larkana:We all are united under the leadership of Prime Minister Imran Khan and hope that he will redress the woes of Sindh and the country.

This was stated by Ameer Baksh Bhutto, former PTI Sindh president, while addressing PTI workers’ meeting held at his residence here on Thursday. The activists had come from all over the province.

He said delay had occurred in bringing reforms in the system and country’s situation because after Ziaul Haq’s regime, all subsequent governments had ruthlessly looted the country, while law and constitution was openly violated.

Bhutto said it was not easy to bring reforms under such circumstances but despite all that, Prime Minister Imran Khan had begun a new phase of development and well-being. He said hands had been put on the necks of the country’s looters and thieves and they were now crying, but law for them would be further tightened and their dreams to get NRO would never come true.

Bhutto appealed to Imran Khan to give more focus to Sindh because people of the province had become fed up with, what he called, Zardari party and now they wanted salvation from them. He said people of Sindh were now looking towards Imran Khan and if Prime Minister Imran Khan served them properly, then there would be no name of Zardari party in Sindh in the next elections. He directed the participating workers to be active as he would soon visit various districts of the province.