HYDERABAD: Sindh Chief Minister Syed Qaim Ali Shah ruled out the possibility of the imposition of governor rule in Sindh and cautioned against its imposition, while talking to journalists in Jamshoro on Saturday.
“A democratic dispensation is working in the country,” Shah said. “There is no reason for governor rule to be imposed.”
“If it is imposed, it will have serious implications,” he warned.
Briefly talking to journalists at the conclusion of Sindh University’s convocation, the chief minister took a few questions on the provincial and federal government’s controversy over the stay of Rangers in Sindh, and the likely formation of a grand alliance by the province’s opposition parties.
Qaim Ali Shah emphatically opposed the formation of a grand opposition alliance against the Sindh government.
“The federal government does not have the authority to impose governor’s rule in Sindh or in any other province,” he maintained.