Asif Zardari should work together with all parties: Kamran Tessori

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The Sindh Governor, Kamran Tessori, has in an interview with the Daily Times on Monday said that at the time when the country was moving towards general elections, all political parties should “work together” as the country moved towards general elections.

Tessori told journalists in Karachi after visiting a school established by a welfare organization that he regarded as his property, that all the political parties are mine and that I am the governor of all of them, we should stop the blame game among parties. 

In his message to the stakeholders involved, the governor said that he hoped that all stakeholders would be satisfied with the way in which the elections would be conducted on Sunday, February 8, 2024. According to him, no decisions should be made hastily at this moment, as the economic crisis is already causing people a lot of concern. 

He was also able to distribute laptop computers to the students during his visit to the school as well as take part in various activities during his visit to the school. The governor of Sindh said, “I’ll talk to the Sindh government about providing this school with a grant,” as he addressed the gathering.

In addition, he expressed his wish to see more such schools established in Sindh in the near future. 

As Tessori makes his remarks ahead of the general elections, the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) and the Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) are trading barbs in an effort to woo the votes of their respective parties.

During the 16-month tenure of the Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM), Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari has been targeted as an “age” politician, especially Nawaz Sharif, and is also blaming the party for inflation. However, PML-N has also responded to the accusations made by the PPP against the Nawaz Sharif-led party. 

In addition to this, the PPP is also concerned about being denied an equal opportunity to compete in the upcoming elections because it doesn’t have access to a level playing field. There was also a demand from the party for Nawaz to retire from politics. 

In addition, Bilawal said that the PML-N intended to reverse the 18th Amendment, which granted provinces autonomy in the form of local government.

That news provided by timenews.

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