SUKKUR: The Sindh National Front (SNF) has finally decided to announce its merger with the PML-N.
Syed Ghous Ali Shah of PML-N Sindh chapter told The News on Sunday that Mian Nawaz Sharif and SNF chairman Mumtaz Ali Bhutto held a meeting to discuss political situation of the country and both agreed to jointly face the PPP in Sindh in the elections. He said SNF Chairman Mumtaz Bhutto constituted a committee comprising his son Ameer Bakhsh Bhutto, Ayub Shar, Allah Warrayo Soomro for negotiations with the PML-N’s committee led by Syed Ghous Ali Shah, Salim Zia, Imdad Hussain Choulyani, Syed Manzoor Husain and Marvi Memon. He said the committees held five meetings to discuss the merger of SNF with the PML-N and finally after a lengthy discussion agreed on the merger.
Syed Ghous Ali Shah said that in the first week of the May, Nawaz Sharif will visit Mumtaz Bhutto in Ratodero in Larkana, where SNF chairman Mumtaz Bhutto will announce the merger in a public meeting. Allah Warrayo Soomro has confirmed the news about the merger of the SNF with PML-N and added that it has been decided that provincial autonomy, financial autonomy under the parameters of the Constitution and ideology of Pakistan were the core issues which had been debated in the meeting.