KARACHI: Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) leader and veteran politician of Pakistan Mumtaz Ali Bhutto has claimed that all the business done by the Sindh government since the previous general election was bound to be challenged in the superior courts.
“Why can’t Imran Khan, Tahir-ul-Qadri, Chaudhry brothers and others see that rigging has taken place in Sindh more than any other province of Pakistan,” Mr Bhutto questioned in a statement released on Thursday.
He alleged, “The government and its corrupt practices have set world records. Sindh Assembly and government have no constitutional validity.”
He claimed when and wherever the votes have been rechecked and recounted by election tribunals, thousands of PPP votes have proved to be bogus.
Mumtaz Bhutto also claimed that provincial government was being run from Bilawal House, which has been made the official headquarters.
He said the people of Sindh held the federal government responsible for this unconstitutional and illegal scenario in the richest and second largest province, as it remained a silent bystander in the face of blatant violation of the constitution, law and orders of the Supreme Court.
He said: “Sindh rulers cannot emerge from their fortresses unless all law enforcement agencies guard them. Furthermore, millions are spent on extravagant and vulgar billboards projecting images of ministers, assembly members and sycophants, paid for by all partners in corruption including contractors and bureaucrats.”
“Normally such publicity is a common practice to the entertainment industry and for marketing other products, not for politicians,” he concluded.
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