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Thursday 6th October 2022 / 10 Rabiulawal 1444

Ali Zaidi predicts PPP govt will be overthrown in next elections

ISLAMABAD: Federal Minister for Maritime Affairs Ali Haider Zaidi has predicted that PPP would fail in Sindh and its government will be overthrown in the next elections.

ISLAMABAD: Federal Minister for Maritime Affairs Ali Haider Zaidi has predicted that PPP would fail in Sindh and its government will be overthrown in the next elections.

ISLAMABAD: Federal Minister for Maritime Affairs Ali Haider Zaidi has predicted that PPP would fail in Sindh and its government will be overthrown in the next elections.

According to details, in a statement, Ali Zaidi said that the PPP government in Sindh has failed. “I will be questioned on port issues in Karachi, not Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah,” he maintained.

Criticizing the PPP government in Sindh, Ali Zaidi said that the issue of water, garbage, and matters are unsolved in Sindh, nothing can be done about it, “While PPP chairman Bilawal Zardari is just a child,” he said by pointing out at PPP chairman.

The federal minister added that Bilawal Zardari is unaware of such issues. The fourth plan on Water Supply was supposed to be the work of the Sindh government after the 18th Amendment, but the federation is doing it, he asserted.

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Moreover, the US Deputy Assistant Secretary for Pakistan Affairs Lesslie D Viguerie called on Federal Minister for Maritime Affairs Syed Ali Haider Zaidi on Tuesday to discuss matters of mutual interest. Zaidi laid out his vision for the maritime sector, discussed the possibilities of joint ventures, and assured full facilitation to US Companies willing to invest in Pakistan.

There was an exchange of ideas and opportunities where both nations could enhance the working relationship in the maritime sector.

Deputy Assistant Secretary for Pakistan Affairs thanked minister Zaidi for welcoming him and both agreed on keeping a close contact and strengthening working ties between both nations.

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