Asad Umar lashes out at PPP


Karachi, Dec. 25 (TNS): Lashing out at PPP, Pakistan Tehreek e Insaf central leader MNA Asad Umar on Monday  said that despite six tenures, Sindh province is still deprived of the basic facilities.

He said 70percent of budgetary funds in Sindh goes to the pockets of corruption mafia and remaining 30percent spent on projects.

PTI leaders MNA Asad Umar, PTI Sindh senior executive vice president Haleem Adil Sheikh, PTI minority wing leader Jay Parkash Ukrani and others reached Hyderabad on Monday, where they inaugurated PTI offices in different areas and addressed workers’ conventions in various localities including Qasimabad.

Speaking on the occasion, Umar Asad said that in the KpK, the PTI government has successfully nabbed the timber mafia. Before the PTI government, they used to hack trees, but our government sent the timber mafia people to jail and planted hundreds of thousands of new saplings. He said 500000 people are now planting trees in the KpK, which is not only making the province greener, but also providing jobs to people.