Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi has said that air of change have begun blowing from Karachi and will achieve each niche and crevice of Sindh.
Mr Shah Mehmood Qureshi said at a substantial assembling outside the home of Pakistan Tehreek-I-Insaf MNA Lal Malhi here on Friday that individuals of Punjab and Balochistan hosted rejected the Pakistan Peoples Party Get-together and now individuals in Sindh would go with the same pattern.
“The change is additionally unmistakable in Gilgit-Baltistan and Azad Kashmir,” he said.
He said that South Punjab used to be a fortification of PPP yet it was presently a stronghold of PTI.
“The change will before long come to Umerkot and Tharparkar too,” he said.
He reprimanded PPP pioneers who professed to advocate the reason for majority rules system and yet oppressed poor voters who bolstered PTI when all is said in done race to political exploitation.
He asked PTI supporters and his profound adherents not to be unnerved by PPP’s “onerous arrangements”. Individuals of Sindh had progressed toward becoming tired of the 11-year standard of PPP government.
The gathering won dominant part situates in Tharparkar area yet neglected to serve individuals, he said.
Mr Qureshi said that individuals of the region would before long consider PPP responsible for its “super defilement and most noticeably bad administration” in Sindh’s history.
He denounced assault on PTI MPA Mohammad Ramzan Ghanchi, who was chosen from Lyari, and asked Sindh government to capture guilty parties engaged with the assault.
He said the National Accountability Bureau was a self-ruling association which did not take orders from anybody. Electronic visa benefit had been begun for some nations, he included.
MNA Lal Malhi said that individuals comprehended the significance of their vote and they could never again put their trust in degenerate individuals.
He said that the PM would visit Tharparkar one month from now and he had high expectations that he would work for the advancement of the desert area.
The PM would declare laying of a railroad track and gas pipelines and issuance of medical coverage cards for the general population of Umerkot amid his visit.
MNA’s Jai Prakash, Dr Ramesh Akrani and nearby pioneers of PTI likewise talked on the event.