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Haleem Adil says PPP leaders busy embezzling public money in Sindh

KARACHI: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Vice President and Parliamentary Party Leader in Sindh Assembly, Haleem Adil Sheikh has alleged that the leaders of Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) had destroyed all departments and looted public money in the name of the 18th Amendment. 

While talking to media persons at the Sindh Assembly building, the PTI leader said that the corruption in Sindh province was being exposed not in millions but trillions.

The Pakistan Peoples Party’s led-government had made new records of corruption, kickbacks and bribery culture in the province, he added.

Sheikh said that Rs 5.6 billion had been released to the provincial government for improvement of the health sector over the past 13 years, however; no one could see its impact on the ground. The Sindh government had progressed only in corruption and nepotism, he said.

Haleem said that the previous day he was in Islamabad where he knew that a ‘Mega Project’ was inaugurated in Karachi. He said when he visited that place in the morning he was shocked to know that Rs 1billion was spent in the name of renovating one Chowrangi, adding that the poor people were living in gutters just 50 feet away from the chowrangi in the city.

Haleem Adil alleged that the rulers of Sindh were making corruption in the name of even Chowrangis. He added that Saleem Bajari, who is the frontman of Sindh Chief Minister used to run a donkey-cart and today he had expensive properties in Dubai.

Sindh Finance department had transferred trillions of rupees to Benami accounts, he said adding that the rulers of Sindh gave the gift of AIDS to Larkana. He said that he would soon disclose in a press conference what is being done in the house of Sharjeel Memon.

Haleem said that Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah had failed to complete projects initiated by his father, adding that the PPP leaders only tweets ‘all is well’ irrespective of the ground realities.