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Fawad says Haleem Adil Sheikh victimized after he exposed corruption

Fawad says Haleem Adil Sheikh victimized

Fawad says Haleem Adil Sheikh victimized after he exposed corruption of Sindh government.

In a statement, Minister for Information and Broadcasting Chaudhry Fawad Hussain on Sunday strongly condemned attack on Opposition Leader in Sindh Assembly Haleem Adil Sheikh.

Fawad says Haleem Adil Sheikh victimized

He said that Haleem Adil Sheikh has been exposing Sindh government’s corruption.

Chaudhry Fawad said earlier he was arrested in false cases, now was attacked which was a cowardly act.

He said that those who claim to believe in freedom of expression in Sindh wanted to silence voice of opposition leader.

The entire Sindh government and government machinery was trying to harm PTI leader Haleem Adil Sheikh, said Chaudhry Fawad.

He said all such cowardly acts are being carried out at the behest of the provincial government.

Furthermore, Fawad said these attacks aim at covering up the corruption of the PPP leadership.

The minister said, infrastructure of Sindh was ruined while educational institutions in the province have become cattle ranches.

He said that Haleem Adil Sheikh will continue to be the voice of the people of Sindh.

Meanwhile, PTI and PPP remain engaged in war of accusations.

The PPP blames the PTI of having failed to deliver as federal government.

PTI targets PPP’s shortcomings in the Sindh province where PPP leads provincial government.

KPL

Meanwhile, Fawad Hussain termed it unfortunate that India pressured South African cricketer Herschelle Gibbs to withdraw from the Kashmir Premier League( KPL).

In a media talk, he noted KPL important for Pakistan cricket and people wanted to see its matches.

However, he lamented Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has used cricket for politics in the past also.

GTV

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