Chief Minister Sindh expressed some of his reservations to Prime Minister Imran Khan during the latter's visit to the country's economic hub, said sources. 

According to the sources, Syed Murad Ali Shah, the Chief Minister of Sindh, conveyed to Khan that the decision to transfer senior government officials should have been made after taking him into confidence.

Sources further claimed that Shah's talks with the premier also included the former's dismay over a cut in Sindh's financial resources. The chief minister stated that slashing funds to the southern province would only add more damage to the existing financial woes.

Shah also informed Khan that the only solution to Karachi's water problem was desalination plants and appealed to the federal government, led by the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), in this regard.

The CM informed the premier of the prevalent power and gas shortages in Sindh.