Sindh CM's advisers, particular assistants resign following court docket order

A lot of Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah’s advisers and particular assistants resigned following a court docket order on Thursday. Shah sought and accepted the resignations of the advisers, together with Pakistan Folks’s Get together (PPP) leaders Maula Bux Chandio and Saeed Ghani after Sindh Excessive Courtroom (SHC) de-notified them.
The court docket ruling was given over a constitutional petition, which mentioned the powers of a minister ought to solely be handed over to the elected representatives. The court docket in its verdict mentioned the advisers couldn’t train powers that of a minister or draw salaries as such.
The particular assistants resigning from their positions included late PPP chief Fozia Wahab’s son Murtaza Wahab, Dr Qayyum Soomro, Nadir Khawaja, Babar Afandi, Umar Rehman Malik, Qasim Naveed Qamar, Burhan Chandio, Naveed Anthony.
In the meantime, speaking to media, Chandio mentioned he revered the judiciary however questioned why Sindh couldn’t not have advisers if Punjab and Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa continued to take action.
In November final yr, particular assistants to CM eliminated authorities flags from their autos following SHC’s determination that advisers and assistants couldn’t maintain portfolios or attend cupboard conferences. The orders have been handed by the court docket following its nullification of the appointment of legislation adviser Murtaza Wahab.

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