KARACHI - Terming the 100-day's performance of the government as zero, leader of the opposition in Sindh Assembly, Jam Madad Ali, has claimed that present rulers have failed in providing any relief to the masses groaning under price-hike, rampant unemployment and deteriorating law and order situation.   Addressing a news conference on Friday, he issued a 'White Paper' on the 100-day's performance of the PPP-led government and said that people had given mandate to PPP in February 18 elections and brought it into power because they had great expectations and hopes. But the party not only dishonoured the people's mandate given in the name of Shaheed Benazir Bhutto but also disappointed them through its poor performance, he maintained.   Opposition legislators Dr. Rafique Bhamban, Razzaque Rahimoon, Arif Jatoi, Shaheryar Mehar, Ms. Marvi Rashidi, Ms. Nusrat Abbasi Advocate, Abdul Sattar Rajput and Qazi Shamsuddin Rajar were also present on the occasion. Jam Madad Ali claimed that PPP Co-Chairperson had expressed dissatisfaction over the performance of Sindh government in his telephonic address to the Sindh cabinet. He said that PPP in its manifesto had promised "Roti, Kapra Aur Makan" for the masses but people were running from pillar to post for flour and committing suicides in sheer desperation while, instead of ameliorating the lot of masses, the party had entangled in grouping He said that Prime Minister and Sindh Chief Minister, while elaborating 100-day performance of the government only said that they 'would' do this and they did not claim any promise made with the people had been fulfilled. He said the government was not resolving problems of people, adding all it was doing was to blame the previous regime for the current crises including law and order and price hike. Jam Madad Ali said that price of wheat and flour was raised by 15 per cent during the last 100 days, basmati rice by 26 per cent, broken rice by 16 per cent, canola oil by five per cent, soybean by 8 per cent and pulses by 19 per cent. He said that in Sindh the flour crisis was on its peak while the provincial food minister was not present in the country. He said that the government was continuously blaming previous government for the wheat flour crisis. He said that now when fresh stock of wheat was procured why this crisis could not be resolved by the present rulers. Jam Madad Ali said that law and order situation in the province was in shambles and even Sindh Chief Minister had to confess the government had recovered 26 kidnapped persons. He said that police officers and SDO Works had been killed in Shikarpur, adding a man got released from bandits after paying Rs10 million ransoms in Samaro and another after paying Rs3.5 million. He said that recently bandits looted Rs1 million from a man near the house of former Sindh chief Minister Ghaus Ali Shah in Karachi after injuring him. He said that Rs4.5 million were looted from Karachi Stock Exchange premises in the presence of Rangers and police. He said that all three stock markets of the country had been crashed due to financial mismanagement and lawlessness. He said that billions of rupees of small shareholders went down the drain. He said that millions of rupees are being spent on cabinet meetings and tours of ministers. He demanded to give this huge money as subsidy for wheat flour to reduce its price.  He said that Asif Ali Zardari should return home and decided the issues here. He said that other leaders like Mian Nawaz Sharif and MQM Chief Altaf Hussain should also decide the national issues in Pakistan, instead of living abroad. Expressing concern over grouping in the rank of PPP, Jam Madad Ali asked if Makhdoom Amin Fahim was not reliable then why Benazir Bhutto appointed him as her successor. He said that Shaheed Zulfikar Ali Bhutto and Shaheed Benazir Bhutto had called Lyari as their home but no attention was being paid to maintain peace in that area. He said that even MQM chief Altaf Hussain was saying that street crime in Karachi had been increased and it should be controlled. He said that in Sindh, the chief minister said that Kalabagh Dam project had been shelved forever, while during his recent Punjab visit, he said that Kalabagh issue would be resolved through consensus. Jam Madad accused the PPP government of political victimisation of opponents. He said that Altaf Unnar is still in jail, brothers of Liaquat Jatoi, Pappu Shah of Tando Bago, Shirazi Family of Thatta, Ghaus Bux Maher family, six brothers of MPA Abdur Razzaque Rahmoon and MPA Abid Hussain Jatoi had been implicated in 'false cases on the behest of the PPP leaders'. Speaking on the occasion opposition legislator, Arif Mustafa Jatoi, said that the opposition would present a bill in upcoming Sindh Assembly session for legislation to protect growers from the exploitation of sugar mills as these mills were not paying Rs10 billion dues of growers. He said they would also demand forming a Sindh Bank on the lines of Punjab and Khyber banks, adding they would also demand new court system to resolve small cases within a day's hearing. He said that they also want legislation for haris to give them facilities at par with factory workers.  Jam Madad Ali said that inability of the government had pushed PPP into chaos and now it was heading towards disintegration.