Bilawal dodges questions about security measures by Sindh govt
Bilawal, who visited the home of slain qawwal Amjad Sabri in the densely-populated area in the city under strong and elaborate security arrangements, stayed with Sabri’s family for about 30 minutes.
When a reporter asked: “What is Sindh government doing after Amjad Sabri s killing and abduction of Sindh Chief Justice Syed Sajjad Ali Shah’s son Owais Shah?”
Bilawal asked Sindh Home Minister Sohail Anwar Siyal to respond to the question.
“Jawab dou Sindh government Jawab dou (give answer Sindh government, give answer),” the PPP chairman said.
Later, senior PPP minister Nisar Khuro hold a press conference in which he stressed that the chairman was not unhappy with the performance of the Sindh government.
The PPP-led government’s performance has come under the scanner after the two high-profile incidents in the city.
Sabri was shot dead while driving in his car in the city s Liaqatabad area, while Awais Shah was abducted outside a supermarket in the city.
Karachi, a teeming metropolis of more than 20 million people, has long been plagued by political, ethnic and religious violence, although crime has dropped sharply since the launch of a paramilitary operation in September 2013.