KARACHI  - Speaker Sindh Assembly Nisar Ahmed Khuhro on Thursday advised the opposition group in Sindh to come up with written amendments, if any, to make Sindh People’s Local Government Act more meaningful; only through parliamentary procedure.Amendments in an act/law can be made even after the Governor’s accent, the Speaker said while talking to media outside the Assembly after adjourning the session to 30th of current month.He condemned, what he called, the negative, non-parliamentary and unruly attitude of the opposition members of Sindh Assembly during the session in the name of protest on SPLG Bill. It has become a law after signing /giving consent by Sindh Governor Dr. Ishratul Ebad Khan.He regretted that the members opposing the SPLG Act would have to speak from their seats in the House so that their statements/suggestions can become a part of the Assembly proceedings and be fit for the consumption of legislation on the subject. They have failed to move not a single amendment in the SPLGA over last one and half months when the Bill was passed by Sindh Assembly and signed by the Governor. Instead, he said, the opposition members using un-parliamentary and unruly manners/tactics which shows their non-seriousness on this important issue. By this non-parliamentary attitude, they actually helped the treasury benches to unanimously pass the Bill, he said.“By simply making hue and cry and with their non-parliamentary attitude in the House, they do not want do nothing in real sense for the good of the people of Sindh but do sheer politics and misguide the people,” he remarked.They have even disassociated themselves from the petition earlier filed in High Court of Sindh, he added.The Speaker defended the new local government system and described it as a great job done by Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) and Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) for the people of Sindh and the country.He rejected the opposition’s propaganda that new local government system was against the interests of Sindhi people and would led to the division of Sindh.   He said that PPP has always served the interests of Sindh and the country and the nation.  He said that certain forces were not happy to see that for the first time in the history of the country a democratically elected government was to complete its five year tenure.