Sukkur: Governor Sindh Imran Ismail has said that irrespective of any protest by anyone Pakistan Tehreek-Insaf (PTI) governmnet will complete its five year tenure.
Talking to media in Sukkur on his party leader Tahir Hussain Shah residence, the governor said that Prime Minister Imran Khan will not give the National Reconciliation Ordinance (NRO) to anybody.
Imran Ismail said that the oppositon parties are making uneccesary noise to save his looted income adding that all the gossips of imposing of the governor rule are speculations suggesting the Sindh government to work without any fear.
He said that soon Prime Minister Imran Khan will annouce a package for interior sindh like he annouced a package for Karachi.
The governor informed that the PM had asked him to innaugrate the dual carriageway road in Shikarpur adding that through this highway trade with CPEC will be improved and citizens will be benefited as well.
Imran said that the weather must change in January but no one should think about a political change adding that the incumbent government will complete its tenure.
He said that the senate elections will must held in March next year while he said that the federal government is doing its work in a better way and it will not leave people of Sindh alone.
Firdous Shamim Naqvi and Haleem Adil Shiekh were also accompained with the governor at the occasion.
Governor Sindh expressed condolence on the demise aunty of the PTI leader Tahir Shah, nephew of PPP minister Nasir Shah after taking a breakfast on Jatoi House situated at the military road.
The governor also inaugurated dual carriageway road in Shikarpur after which he attended invitation in his honor hosted by the GDA leader Ghous Bakhs Maher.