SUKHUR: Former Chief Minister Sindh Syed Qaim Ali Shah has retired but it does not seem to have a diminishing effect on his entourage, which on Sunday included 15 police mobiles and more than 40 vehicles.
The former CM was en route to Khairpur along with his associates. Upon his convoy’s majestic arrival at the City Bypass, general traffic was brought to a halt.
Due to the VIP protocol, traffic on the main roads of the area remained blocked.
Qaim Ali Shah had resigned from his post at the end of July.
Murad Ali Shah from Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) became the new Sindh CM and shortly after holding the post, reduced his protocol comprising nine police mobiles to four.