Supporters of Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, chairman of the Pakistan Peoples party (PPP), gather during a rally in Karachi on October 18, 2014. Tens of thousands of PPP supporters gathered in Karachi to hear Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, the son of the country's slain premier Benazir Bhutto, on the formal launch of his political career. AFP PHOTO/Asif HASSAN

KARACHI:

Sindh Energy Pastor Imtiaz Ahmed Sheik named the news via online entertainment about the substitution of a boss priest as a political trick, saying that it didn’t have anything to do with the real world. 

We are a group and the main clergyman is our skipper,” he said while tending to a public interview on Tuesday.

He said that Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Director Imran Khan has been yearning for power yet wants to accomplish it. Imran’s assertions ought not to be given any significance,” he said while alluding to the expression of the previous PM with respect to the arrangement of the military boss.


Imtiaz Shaikh Said:

Imtiaz Shaikh said that the technique of selecting an armed force boss is referenced in the constitution and an armed force boss can’t be designated according to anybody’s desire,” he added.

He said that the initiative of the Pakistan People groups Party (PPP) and the Sindh government is ceaselessly working for the alleviation of the flood casualties with the help and administrations of the military, police, officers, government assistance affiliations, and volunteers.


The energy serve said, “Flood affectees are our troubled family and it is our obligation to help them.”

Criticizing PTI:

Criticising PTI on flood circumstances, the energy service said that the administration of PTI was making empty cases of gathering billions of rupees. “Assuming the cash has been gathered, for what reason is it not being spent on the flood casualties? Should this cash be spent on legislative issues as opposed to serving the flood casualties like previously?” he inquired. He additionally inquired as to why flood casualties couldn’t come to urban areas for cover when Afghan settlements could be obliged in Karachi.

He said that the cash gathered by the PTI for the sake of flood casualties was being spent on legislative issues as opposed to serving the flood-hit individuals.

Imtiaz Sheik said that the imposing business model of K-Electric would end in 2023. “In the event that there is more than one power supply organization in Karachi, better offices would be accessible to the residents because of the pattern of the contest,” he said.

He said that Dadu Network Station stayed protected during the flood, notwithstanding, that some power posts and supply lines were harmed.


Distributed in The Express Tribune, September fourteenth, 2022.