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Murad Ali Shah commits to keeping peace in Sindh

Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah commits to keeping peace in Sindh.

Murad Ali Shah commits to keeping peace in Sindh and promised to “keep the stability in Karachi at all cost”, emphasizing that Karachi had previously paid an enormous cost in conflict.

The Murad Ali Shah statements arrived shortly after the president, Asif Ali Zardari, demanded he start a massive campaign targeting criminals on the streets within the city.

Zardari stressed that the operation needs to produce outcomes to ensure the belief of citizens would be rebuilt.

Murad Ali Shah, addressing a condolences gathering during Akbar Nagori the younger sibling of previous provincial minister Javed Nagori, who died in a terrorist attack in 2015, at Kikri Ground in Lyari.

Murad Ali Shah stated that the ruling party’s administration previously reestablished stability within the capital, as well as he promised that they had planned once more to successfully deal with the street offense hardship.

Murad Ali Shah chief minister Sindh praised the “enormous hardships” that the citizens of Lyari to “restore & enhance” sovereignty in the country.

According to the Murad Ali Shah, the people of Lyari seemed deeply nationalist as well as politically well-informed. They have taken an active role in multiple campaigns for power, involving men, women, as well as their kids.

The chief minister, Murad Ali Shah told reporters that PPP leader Bilawal Bhutto had urged him to provide Lyari inhabitants with appropriate medical, educational, water, and sanitation facilities.

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