Federal Government should not be interfere the affairs of province: Sharjeel Memon

Sameer Nazir
Sindh Information and local government Minister Sharjeel Inam Memon has said that the Federal Government to refrain from interfering in the affairs of Sindh unnecessarily and concentrate to resolve the torturous problems of IDPs as they are living in severe distress and still looking for support, He added that the IDPs are being ignored completely by the federal Government.
He reiterated the federal govt to take sincere efforts for elimination of load-shedding in the country during Ramadan. Sharjeel Memon said that PPP has always demonstrated political maturity, In a statement issued on Saturday, Sharjeel Inam Memon further said that according to the 18th Amendment, the federal government should stop interference in provincial matters. He said the federal government should avoid meddling in the affairs of Sindh province. Sharjeel Memon said that the Punjab government had not welcomed the country’s President and Prime Minister at airport in the past, the prejudice characters were used but we will never adopt the tradition.

PCYO 29th Annual Naat Competition on July 15

Sameer Nazir
29th Annual Naat Competition of Pakistan Crescent Youth Organization will be held on Tuesday at 2.00 pm July 15, 2014 at Pakistan Boys Scouts Auditorium near Arts Council of Pakistan, Karachi.
This event is supported by diversity, Ansari foundation & National Forum for Environment Health, students from Government and Private Schools of the city will take part in the contest.
Ghazala Arif is the Chairperson of the advisory committee and Nadeem Shaikh Advocate is the Chief Organizer.
According to Program Convener Rashid Hussain Ansari Students from Private and Government Schools and Madarsa’s will be participating in the naat contest and only one student from the school will be eligible for competition.
Interested students may contact to Program organizers till July 14th.

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