Karachi: Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PML-N) Sindh shows disappointment on continuous negligence from the central leadership and federal government.
As reported by Dunya News, PML-N Sindh expressed reservations with the central leadership and federal government. The senior leaders of PML-N Sindh have been neglected by its central leadership even though the party is ruling the country for 3 months.
The provincial leadership of Pakistan Muslim League (N) lost 2 confirmed seats of Thatta and Shikarpur in the recent by-elections. PML (N) Sindh is disappointed over the response by its federal leaders since the change of fate in 11th May elections.
PML (N) Sindh’s president Ghaus Ali Shah is silent over not been selected for contention of president’s seat. On the other hand, same can be said about Mumtaz Bhutto, who merged his entire party with PML (N) a year ago. Also, Ameer Baksh Bhutto, son of Mumtaz Bhutto offered a position which has led to his disappointment.
Imdad Chandio, Liaquat Jatoi and Ismail Raho are among others who have reservations with the central leadership. Saleem Zia has also concerns from the ruling party but has opted to keep quiet in hope that he may get something in the coming future.
Recently, PML (N) Sindh lost two important constituencies NA 237 from Thatta, Shirazi Brothers were all by themselves against PPP and Sindh government. It is said that if the central leadership is unable to pay attention to the regional leadership, they might end up losing valuable leadership for ever.