Saeed Ghani condemns PPP stalwart Khursheed Shah’s arrest
KARACHI: Provincial Minister for Information, Archives and Labour Saeed Ghani has condemned the arrest of Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) MNA Syed Khursheed Ahmed Shah.
“Members of the PPP seem to be the only target of the National Accountability Bureau (NAB),” said Ghani in a release issued on Friday while stating that the investigation against Shah was in its preparatory phase and his family members had been included in the inquiry without any basis.
“Even though cases are registered against members of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), NAB never arrests them,” claimed Ghani. He asked why Prime Minister Imran Khan and his sister, Alima Khan, had not been inquired by NAB for the sources of their income.
“Partial accountability is taking place in this country and Imran Khan is taking vengeful steps against the opposition,” alleged Ghani.
Referring to the accusations levelled against former Karachi Metropolitan Corporation (KMC) Parks and Horticulture director-general Liaquat Qaimkhani, Ghani said that he did not believe the charges and had no information about Qaimkhani’s income.
According to Ghani, It is not only Sindh where there is an acute shortage of anti-rabies vaccine but it is everwhere in Pakistan. “This is a national issue.
The whole country lacks a sufficient quantity of ARVs,” said Ghani, adding that stray dogs were pointed out only in Karachi and not in other parts of Pakistan.
“Dengue is also attributed to Sindh only although it is a fact that most dengue patients are found in Pindi,” said the minister.