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Centre has not taken Sindh into confidence on CPEC projects, says Murad


Prime Minister Siddh Murad al-Sashh complained that the federal government did not trust local governments on other projects being executed on the Sukkur-Multan highway and the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC).

He recently told the ministers of Ishaq Dar and Ahsan Iqbal that the Sindh government should continue to implement the main CPEC project, but the scribe generally avoided returning the province.

He talked to journalists at Jilani House in Makli on Thursday afternoon and expressed his condolences to the death of Jamaat Qadri Jilani, the spiritual leader of Pir Ghulam Jilani.

Koizumi said the tremendous funding for the CPEC project came from the province. So his government will raise his voice in all possible forums and remain in a position to protest if the federal government refuses to change attitudes, he said.

He said the Sindh government has prioritized the implementation of the CPEC project and has launched three huge windmill projects in the Tta and Dams of the Thta coal block (II) and in the Jamshoro district and development projects. The consultants also launched the Keti Bandar Harbor project, he said.

Shah said the federal government had shown a step-wise attitude toward the delicate issue of irrigation water and the distribution of funds that could be distributed to the Sidh by the National Finance Committee. It is evident in the frequent and long-term power load that did not supply Sindh for the Kharif season.

He dismissed federal claims for the production of surplus electricity as unfounded and wanted to curse the masses or deliberately raise issues with Sindh.

He said the federal government had issued Rs 680 crore, less than the amount announced by Sindh's development plan, but the provincial government said it did not receive Rs 1080 crore, which had to be paid to Sindh by the end of the month.

He said he could get this amount no matter how much it was because it was the money of the Sindhi people, not the federal government.

President Bush has already proven that the Sindh budget has been completely exempted and lies about the alleged tax imposition of the new government.

He praised the services of Pir Ghulam Jilani in the field of literature and spirituality, and said that the late Gilani were religious scholars and intellectuals, as well as more than 40 books on literature, religion and poetry.

Many of Jilani's disciples, former legislators and social political activists as well as many others attended the funeral of Jilani House.

The next minister will be the Minister of Nasir Shah, Imadad Pitafi, former MNA Fayaz Bhurt, Imahad Qureshi, Mohammad Ali Malkani, , Sadic Memoons and other PPP leaders.

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