Murad Ali Shah, Sindh Chief Minister on Wednesday accuses Ali Haider Zaidi, Shipping and Maritime Affairs Minister for being “irresponsible” in regards to the claims about the joint examination group (JIT) report on top Lyari hoodlum Uzair Baloch, saying that it would let the suspects free.
The federal minister the day prior had stated that the report discharged by the Sindh government was not original on the grounds that the names of key leaders of PPP had been “precluded” from it and spoke to the main equity of Pakistan to take suo motu notice of the “contribution” of Sindh’s decision party in the violations submitted in Karachi.
The minister at that point introduced what he guaranteed was the real JIT report. He later told a TV channel that a man riding a bike went to his home and gave over the “first” report to him. On Monday, the Sindh government had discharged the JIT writes about Uzair Baloch, the Baldia Factory fire and the previous Fishermen Cooperative Society administrator Dr Nisar Ahmed Morai. Addressing correspondents outside the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) office in Islamabad in the wake of being tested in the Roshan Sindh case by the counter debasement body’s authorities, the Sindh boss clergyman said it may have appeared well and good if a capable individual had given the JIT report to the priest and he was uncovering it now. In any case, he included, the clergyman had “acted untrustworthily” by introducing such report and guaranteeing it was the first one.