GDA's alliance with govt is based on principles: Fehmida Mirza
Dr Fehmida Mirza said Sindh has the worst form of governance
ISLAMABAD (Dunya News) – Grand Democratic Alliance (GDA) leader and federal minister Dr Fehmida Mirza said on Sunday that Sindh has the worst form of governance, there is a civilian dictatorship in the province and Sindh feels more deprived than Balochistan.
Addressing the Amr Bil Maroof (enjoin the good) rally at parade Ground in Islamabad, Federal Minister for Inter-Provincial Coordination Dr Fehmida slammed the Sindh government, saying 14 years have passed since the PPP government came to power in the province. During the 14 years of government, even clean drinking water was not provided to the people of the province. Why Sindh cannot be provided health card and the province is being ignored, she said.
Calling Sindh government a selected government, she said that the rulers of Sindh have kept the people of Sindh in chains of slavery, adding that the rulers of Sindh go to Punjab and say that they will give justice.
The minister said that there is a civilian dictatorship in Sindh, adding that those who could not provide justice to the PPP workers, how will they provide justice to other provinces.
"We are part of the cabinet, we were with the government till today, so we should stay with the government even then and in principle I decided to support the government, adding we stand on principles, the path of principles is easy," she said. No, the way to follow the rules is very difficult.
Dr. Fehmida Mirza said, “I am standing before the people today representing GDA, we bring an oath in Parliament and if we do not abide by this oath and suddenly conscience wakes up then what would be the future of Pakistan and democracy.