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PPP discusses limiting Rangers powers in Sindh

Latest Update: September 20, 2015 | 138 Views

DUBAI: Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) hashed out strategy to pull the plug on the ongoing crackdown by federal agencies in Sindh.

Vital decisions were made during a key meeting in Dubai presided over by PPP Co-Chairman Asif Ali Zardari and Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari in Sunday’s wee hours.

Having come up with a consensus on re-organizing the party ahead local bodies elections, the PPP decided to keep the provincial leadership intact until the LB polls are held.

The PPP leaders mulled increasing the cooperation with Pakistan Army in the continued war against terrorism.

Meantime, the PPP also decided to hold rallies in ten districts of Punjab and five in Sindh.

The PPP leaders also put on cards a potential bid to introduce a bill in Sindh Assembly to whittle down the powers of rangers in the province.

Anxious over incessant arrests of political bigwigs in Sindh, the PPP leaders brainstormed the question to ensure the cessation of more apprehensions.


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