Karachi - Muttahida Qaumi Movement-Pakistan has decided to move the court over what it says irregularities in appointments against newly-announced vacancies in the provincial bureaucracy.

The party also plans to take the Sindh government to the court over such appointments made earlier and reluctance of the provincial government to devolve powers to local government representatives.

Talking to media after the parliamentary party meeting at Sindh Assembly on Monday along with the party’s lawmakers, Opposition Leader in Sindh Assembly Khawaja Izharul Hassan also announced to issue white paper against the provincial government over its ‘anti-people policies’, irregular appointments and overall poor performance.

He said that the provincial government was neglecting the urban centers of the province, and instead of giving powers to the real stakeholders of the city ie representatives of the local government, someone from outside is being given charge to deal with the issues.

He questioned that how could issues of the city be resolved when the local government representatives could not exercise their powers?

He also blamed the provincial government for making bogus appointments against over 200,000 job vacancies.

“This is a mega corruption scandal and MQM, after taking other political parties into confidence, will send details of these corrupt practices to NAB and other investigative authorities,” he said.

 He said fake domiciles of Karachi were being made in order to provide jobs to people from other than the city. “This treatment against the city should be stopped,” Izhar said, and added that a conspiracy had been hatched from PPP influential leaders to initiate riots in the city.

Further refuting allegations of fake appointments made by MQM, Izhar said the party had not done this. “If the government has any proofs, then it should take action instead of just issuing statements,” he added.

He warned that if people of Karachi were not given their rights, then their reaction would be unimaginable for the government.

The Mutahidda leader reiterated his party’s resolve to conitnue with public betterment, saying that they will not sit silent over the issue of public interests.

He said they will reached out to every person and the party fighting for the rights of masses. He added that favouritism would not be allowed by rulers wether they are from PPP or other party.