Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari said on Saturday that a conspiracy to snatch provincial powers is unacceptable to the political organisation.

Bilawal addressed a gathering in Sanghar today and during his speech he alleged the federation to devoid Sindh of water supply and claimed that the political party has been working on water projects for the past ten years.

He complained that the people of Sindh need potable water as well as supply for agriculture. He accused the federal government and IRSA to have kept Sindh dry and begging for water.

While talking about the 18th Amendment in the Constitution of Pakistan, PPP chairman said that the amendment ensured autonomy of the provinces. The amendment, for the first time, strengthened the province in terms of finances, politics and administration, Bilawal added.

Bilawal alleged federally ruling Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) of carrying out attacks on 18th amendment. He claimed that PML-N was hatching a conspiracy to withdraw powers given to the provinces under 18th amendment.