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Sindh govt demands immediate resignation of Governor Kamran Tessori

The Sindh government, led by the Pakistan People’s Party (PPP), has called for the immediate resignation of Governor Kamran Tessori, according to a report by ARY News.

During a press conference, Sindh Minister for Excise and Transport Sharjeel Memon criticized the Muttahida Qaumi Movement-Pakistan (MQM-P) for allegedly inciting “hatred and violence” within the province. He argued that MQM-P has lost its relevance at the local level, stating that their politics of hatred and accusations are outdated and that they are no longer visible at the Union Council level.

Memon also condemned MQM-P Convener Khalid Maqbool Siddiqui for his comments against former Prime Minister Zulfikar Ali Bhutto regarding the quota system. Defending Bhutto, Memon emphasized his role in making Pakistan a nuclear power and criticized the MQM-P for attempting to place its workers in local government positions while opposing the quota system.

Memon accused MQM-P of causing numerous issues in Sindh, alleging that the party had obstructed new job vacancies through court orders to prevent employment opportunities for others. He also criticized the MQM-P leadership for abandoning their founder, Altaf Hussain, during difficult times and claimed that the party had engaged in violent activities, including the killing of innocent people during strikes.

Furthermore, Memon accused MQM-P of being influenced by foreign powers and suggested they might be taking orders from “masters in London.” He demanded Governor Tessori’s resignation, accusing him of failing to address problems created by MQM-P and making baseless accusations against PPP’s martyred leaders.

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