Federal govt. rejected all Sindh’s projects to curb load shedding: Murad Ali Shah


KARACHI: Sindh Minister for Finance, Murad Ali Shah on Sunday said the incumbent government and rulers only seem interested in launching high-cost projects, claiming the federal government’s policies are proving detrimental for Sindh.


Addressing a press conference here, Murad Ali Shah said there is rampant corruption today but the same is invisible to the eyes of investigation authorities.

Shah claimed that financial hurdles are being created for the local producers of electricity.

The provincial minister said although solar panels have been installed in Sindh, the province still continues to remain in darkness. “If Sindh remained in darkness, the whole country would plunge into darkness,” he warned.

Shah added Nawaz-led federal government has rejected all of Sindh’s projects to curb load shedding. “The rulers should consider Sindh a part of Pakistan too” he said.