KARACHI - Chief Minister, Syed Qaim Ali Shah has said that Sindh Government would not give up its right over General Sales Tax (GST) and the matter has been taken up with the Federal Government in a vigorous manner for inclusion of missing articles in the final document on NFC Award signed recently by President Asif Ali Zardari. In a statement Friday, the Chief Minister referred to his reaction with regard to some missing articles in the final document as appearing in a section of the Press, and made it clear that Sindh Government had taken immediate notice of the missing articles and wrote a letter to President Asif Ali Zardari and Prime Minister Syed Yusuf Raza Gilani drawing their attention towards the issue and demanded that the articles should be inserted. The NFC Award, he said, was agreed to with consensus by the four Federal Units and four Provincial Chief Ministers signed the historic document at Gwadar, in the presence of Prime Minister and the then Finance Minister. The Chief Minister said that he has also approached Advisor to Prime Minister on Finance, Dr. Abdul Hafeez Shaikh and he has assured that missing articles will be inserted in the document. Qaim Ali Shah said GST was a purely provincial subject and decision on the issue declaring it so was indeed a big achievement of the present government. The Sindh Government, he said, waged a long struggle to get right of GST and would not let it go in vain. He said the present elected government has always defended right of the Provinces and vowed that no compromise would be made on the issues in future.