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Major Changes in Sindh Cabinet on Cards

Karachi (August 15, 2017): The major changes and reshuffles on the cards in Sindh Cabinet as the consultation being underway in this connection among the bigwigs of the party.

According to sources, PPP-led provincial government has decided to make major changes in the cabinet once again. Several ministers likely to be removed and new faces will be included in the cabinet.

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Sources told Abb Takk News that several ministers of the Sindh cabinet are likely to lose some of their portfolios.

The ministers from whom portfolios are likely to be taken away include Minister for Works and Services Imdad Pitafi, Minister for Population Welfare Mumtaz Jakhrani and Adviser to Chief Minister for Social Welfare Shamim Mumtaz, as per the sources.

Sources told that health Minister Sikandar Mindro will also be removed from his post along with two other ministers.

On the other hand, Saeed Ghani, who was elected MPA from PS-114 recently, likely to be made his debut as cabinet member. Sindh government is also mulling to give Nasir Shah big role in Sindh government.

The ministers to be included in the provincial cabinet include Saeed Ghani, Imtiaz Shaikh and Jam Madad Ali. Ghani is likely to be made the information minister in place of Nasir Hussain Shah. Besides information, Shah holds the transport and labour portfolios.

Meantime, various party leaders met with party chairman Bilawal Bhutto separately and discussed political situation particularly Sindh.

Newly elected senator Murtaza Wahab, provincial minister for culture Syed Sardar Shah, PPP’s central information secretary Maula Bux Chandio and Saeed Ghani met with Bilawal Bhutto and discussed affairs related to party and province.

According to sources, some ministers of the Sindh cabinet have met former president Asif Ali Zardari in Dubai, who will take the final decision following the consultation with senior party leaders after his return to Pakistan.

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