KARACHI: Sindh Governor Imran Ismail on Saturday rejected reports insinuating imposition of governor’s rule in the province amid friction between the federal and provincial government over the ongoing money laundering case.
Addressing a joint press conference with Muttahida Qaumi Movement-Pakistan leader Khawaja Izhar ul Hasan, the governor said that the elected representatives will complete their respective tenures according to their constitutional mandate.
“Any possiblity of imposition of governor’s rule in the province is not in my knowledge,” he said.
Governor Ismail also expressed his disappointment over the recent surge of target killing incidents in Karachi and vowed that the government will take control of the situation. “There have been a few arrests linked to the target killing incidents. These are unfortunate incidents but we will soon take control of the situation,” the governor added.