Karachi has special blessings because of Spiritual gatherings: CM

Staff Reporter
KARACHI:
The citizens on Sunday inaugurated the Korangi flyover in Karachi after Sindh Chief Minister (CM) Murad Ali Shah did not arrive for the ceremony. The flyover had to be inaugurated by Sindh CM, Mayor Waseem Akhtar and Minister for Local Government Jam Shoro Khan. KMC officials and public kept waiting for them as none of them appeared on the scene. At last, one man among the public cut the ribbon and inaugurated the flyover after which the traffic started moving on it. “Sindh CM should have come for the inauguration. But the right should be given to the public as it is theirs and made for them,” said the man. The flyover was constructed way before but had not become operational as it was not inaugurated causing severe problems for the people.
However, Spokesman of Chief Minister house disprove any ceremony or the scheduled visit of CM Sindh, it was made only by the heated citizens.
Whereas, Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah has said that there are some noble people living in this city who organize spiritual gatherings that’s why there are special blessings of Almighty Allah on this city and the province.
This he said while addressing a spiritual gathering organized by prominent businessman Aqil Kareem Dedhi in honour of Sajjada Nasheen of Darbar Ghous-e-Azam Shaikh Syed Khalid Abdul Qadir Mansoor Al Gilani at phase-8.
The chief minister said that he feels to be honored to attend such a spiritual gathering in which Sajjada Nasheen of Darbar Ghous-e-Azam has graced with his presence. “This is a special gathering in which people are talking about humanity, and service to the people irrespective of their cast, creed and religion. This is Islam and these are the teachings of Holy Prophet (PBUH),” he said.
He thanked the organizer for inviting him in this gathering in which he feels inner satisfaction. He urged the Sajjada Nasheedn to pray for the prosperity of Sindh and Pakistan and our nation.
The programme was attended by people in a large number.