ISLAMABAD- Sindh Information Minister Sharjeel Memon said on Wednesday that Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif did not learn anything from the past, adding that unnecessary interference in the provincial affairs will not be tolerated.
Memon said in a statement that the politics of conflict is Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PML-N)’s tradition, alleging that PML-N doesn’t want to tolerate any other political party. He said the dictatorial attitude of PML-N will not be tolerated in any case.
The minister said that the whole country is facing miserable load shedding, adding that all promises made by PML-N prior to the elections are proven false.
It merits mentioning here that Sharjeel Memon had told the federal government on Saturday to stop unnecessary interference into the affairs of the Sindh government.
In a statement, Memon said that Sindh will not accept any form of dictation from the federation, adding that the federal government should focus on resolving the issues concerning the internally displaced persons (IDPs) of North Waziristan and on reducing electricity load shedding.
He said Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) always acted with political maturity, alleging that the affectees of North Waziristan operation are completely ignored by the federal government.
Memon said that the federal government must stop interfering in the affairs of Sindh government as per the 18th amendment of the constitution.