Murad says integrity, stability of country, improving law & order top priority of Sindh govt

Karachi: The newly elected Chief Minister Sindh Sayed Murad Ali Shah on Monday said that integrity and stability of the country will be top priority of Sindh government.

The operation against dacoits in Kacha area, and action for street crime in cities would be expedited, he said while addressing Sindh assembly session after being elected as leader of the House third time.

“We need cooperation from both sides of the House for smooth working of the government, ” Shah said.

PPP chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari is the future of the country and next time, he will be the Prime Minister,

Murad Shah hoped. The Sindh Assembly earlier, on Monday elected Pakistan Peoples Party’s (PPP) candidate, Murad Ali Shah, as the chief minister of Sindh. Sayed Murad Ali Shah thanked PPP and its top leadership for choosing him for the top slot.

“I have been chosen for the third time for leading the province and I have been elected as the member of this House for the fifth time,” he said

Recalling his early days in politics, Murad Shah said that after his father encouragement, the PPP leader Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto, during in exile period, encouraged him to take part in the polls.