Involving Sindh CM in sugar scam investigation is hostility: Nasir Hussain


By Muhammad Abid

KARACHI: Sindh Information Minister Syed Nasir Hussain Shah has said that the name of Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah had been included in the investigation report of sugar scam on the basis of hostility. The provincial information minister said that the name of Sindh chief minister had been deliberately included in the report.

He said that the period in which the inquiry into the sugar scam was ordered was related to Punjab Chief Minister Usman Bazdar, adding that, the report did not said much about CM Punjab. Shah said that the investigation into the sugar scam related to the tenure of Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah had already been carried out.

The minister said that the lack of the mentioning Punjab Chief Minister Usman Buzdar in the report showed what the real objectives of the report was. He said that many people sitting in the federal cabinet had been clearly saved in this investigation report.

Shah said that he had no sympathy with Jahangir Tareen nor did he belong to our party, but it seemed that there were differences in Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) and Jahangir Tareen had been made the victim of it.

Shah further said that Omni Group was a very old business entity, and had been engaged in business activities for a long time, adding that, it was inappropriate to associate it with PPP.

He said that the attempt to involve the Sindh Chief Minister in the investigation into the sugar scam, and the attempt to save Punjab Chief Minister showed that all these reports and investigations were based on malice.


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