KARACHI - Imtiaz Ahmed Shaikh of the Pakistan Muslim League-Functional asserted on Wednesday that his party would oppose any legislation presented in the Sindh Assembly to retain the local government system in the province. Interacting with mediapersons at his office, the top PML-F leader made clear that his party lawmakers would vote against any such move in the assembly. Shaikh, who is also an adviser to the Sindh chief minister on Special Education, said his party chief, Pir Pagara, had supported the bill submitted by the Pakistan Peoples Party for revival of the commissionerate system. Pagara had, added the PML-F leader, rejected the nazimeen-led LG system point blank. He was of the view that the commissionerate system was much better than the LG system. Shaikh told the reporters that Chief Minister Qaim Ali Shah did not fulfil the promises he made with the PML-F regarding the allotment of ministerial portfolios. When asked about the increasing demand to change the chief minister, he said that his party had no such information, adding that President Asif Ali Zardari would certainly take the PML-F chief into confidence if any decision was taken in this regard. Speaking about performance of the Information Department where he served for three months as the CMs adviser, Shaikh said that lots of projects of information technology, which had been pending for a long time, got approved in the brief period of three months. These projects included implementation on system of video conferencing, information technology city, E-policing, FM radio and IT training. Besides, a summary had been sent for approval of a project to link the domicile and PRC (permanent residence certificate) with NADRA system, Shaikh said, claiming that the issuance of fake domiciles and PRCs would have been impossible, had this project been approved timely. He said he would establish IT universities in Karachi and other parts of the province if he continued as an adviser to the CM on Information Technology.