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February 15, 2018

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‘Infighting within MQM groups their internal issue’

‘Infighting within MQM groups their internal issue’

NAWABSHAH: Sindh Health Minister Sikandar Mandhro has said that the ongoing tussle between the groups of the Muttahida Qaumi Movement-Pakistan (MQM-P) was their internal issue and the Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) had no intention to benefit from it.

Talking to media, after the MBBS degree award ceremony at the Peoples University of Medical and Health Science for Women, the minister said that unity within the MQM-P would enhance the beauty of democracy.

He said the PPP was standing on its feet, while the feet of the MQM were trembling. The minister said Karachi belonged to all of us and no person or party could claim their right on Karachi. He said the environment of horror had ended there and every voter was free to cast vote on his wish.

Speaking on the issue of horsetrading, the minister said that in his quarter-century political experience, he never saw horsetrading place and horses or even don’t know where they come from. To a question, the minister said the Lodhran election was a by-election and the claim made by Asif Ali Zardari to conquer Punjab would be proved in the coming general election.

He said that in order to bring improvement in the health sector, the Sindh government gave jobs to 5400 doctors, while 2000 more jobs were in the pipeline and would soon be announced.

The minister said SSP Rao Anwar would be arrested as the Sindh government had intimated all the agencies through a letter for his arrest and the onward production before the Supreme Court of Pakistan. He said Rao Anwar’s escape from the Islamabad airport was made unsuccessful. The minister advised the passing out lady doctors to dedicate themselves for the service of ailing humanity.

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