Zulfiqar Mirza denies quitting PPP

BADIN: The Pakistan People's Party (PPP) prime ministers couldn't get justice from the judiciary but now it is the right time of making wise decision regarding the Panama paper scam to meet the expectations of the nation.
These views were expressed by the former home minister Sindh, Dr. Zulfiqar Mirza on the other day at Iftar party hosted by Wahid Bux Chandio in Badin.
Talking to media persons, Dr. Mirza expressed that former NA Speaker, MNA Dr. Fehmida Mirza is the part of the Pakistan People Party (PPP), adding, she was elected on the party ticket and she is yet MNA of PPP. Dr. Fehmida Mirza abides the party procedures and protocols, he added.
Responding to a question Dr. Mirza added that he had not quitted the party and still considers himself a PPP worker. He said he had only raised the voice over the rampant corruption in different departments of the province and against the disgraceful demand of MQM regarding the dissection of Sindh, the motherland.
He alleged that earlier, the policy of greater reconciliation, he was made sideline and deterred in isolation. Some elements in the party were running the campaign against him, he added.
Referring the statement of Chief Minister Sindh Murad Ali Shah, Dr. Mirza added that the statement of the CM Sindh was not cleared to its perception and the general election might be held before the schedule time. - NNI