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Sindh CM Murad Ali Shah vows to address key challenges, prioritize public welfare

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Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah, expressed gratitude to the people of Sindh for the increased support in the elections, emphasizing the need to fulfill the responsibility of serving the province.

He acknowledged Bilawal Bhutto as the future leader of the country, predicting that he would become the Prime Minister through the people’s vote in the next elections.

Addressing the Sindh Assembly after securing his position as Chief Minister for the third time, he reflected on his political journey, attributing his entry into politics to the late Benazir Bhutto Shaheed.

He shared his commitment to working with integrity and expressed a prayer to leave office with honor when the time comes. Shah extended his thanks to the Pakistan Peoples’ Party (PPP) for entrusting him with the responsibility.

Regarding potential challenges, Shah mentioned speculations about his possible arrest, to which Bilawal Bhutto responded by expressing confidence that Shah would remain his chief minister even from jail. He acknowledged the support of his party and family during challenging times, citing the example of Siraj Durrani running the assembly from jail.

Highlighting his deep connection to Karachi, the chief minister emphasized his birth and education in the city. He outlined initiatives such as the Kisan card and hunger eradication programs launched in Sindh under his leadership. He also showcased his proficiency in Urdu compared to opposition members.

The Sindh CM paid homage to Zulfikar Ali Bhutto for providing the constitution to the country and credited Asif Zardari for preserving it in its original form. He urged support for Asif Zardari in the presidential election, expressing confidence that the people across all provinces would be convinced to vote for the PPP. Shah envisioned Bilawal Bhutto becoming the Prime Minister through the people’s vote in the upcoming elections.

The newly elected Chief Minister of Sindh expressed his historical ties with Jamaat-e-Islami, highlighting his friendship with Nasrullah Shaheed. He acknowledged objections to the election results but affirmed the commitment to pursue legal avenues.

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