Sharjeel Memon shouts against Sindh’s Governor Rule threats

KARACHI: Sindh Information Minister Sharjeel Memon has alleged on Saturday that we are being threatened for the governor rule enforcement in Sindh province as the governmental work is just started.

While addressing a press conference, the information minister said that work-out has been started to damage our mandate in the province and if our rights being robbed then we are definitely not wearing bangles.

Memon further said that if Mumtaz Bhutto gained the position of Governor then he would not do any other work rather than of organising dogs and cockerel fighting games.

Information Minister has rejected the allegations for ethnic discrimination in Sindh, while opposing the allegations’ point of view he said that all are considered as Sindhi whoever lives in Sindh province.

During the press conference, the minister said that he will not comment over the speech of Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) chief Altaf Hussain.

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