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Khurshid Shah says shutting down cities is unconstitutional

SUKKUR: Opposition Leader in the National Assembly Syed Khurshid Shah on Saturday said that protest and sit-ins were constitutional rights of everyone but shutting down cities or any institution was unconstitutional step.

Addressing a press conference at his residence in Sukkur, Shah opined that Nawaz Sharif did not how to govern the country and Imran Khan did not know how to do politics.

He criticized PTI chief Imran Khan saying that everyone has the constitutional right to protest and stage sit-in but shutting down cities would be unconstitutional.

He said that at a time when there was tension at borders and internal situation of the country was not normal, PPP could not join any protest.

To a question Shah said that he could not mediate between government and PTI.

He lashed out at the government for excessive borrowing, saying that Motorway has been mortgaged to acquire loan while there are report Port Qasim is being mortgaged.

He demanded that the allegations leveled by Governor Sindh and PSP chief Mustafa Kamal against each others, May 12, 2007 mayhem and the recovery of huge cache of arms from Karachi must be investigated.