HYDERABAD: Advisor to the Sindh Chief Minister on Information, Maula Bakhsh Chandio on Sunday said the provincial government had no conflict with the federal government as it always accepted the public mandate.
“All issues should be resolved through dialogues,” Chandio said while talking to media persons after addressing a ceremony organised by the Institute of Modern Sciences and Arts Hyderabad in connection with Eid Milad-un-Nabi (SAW) Celebrations here.
He said the Sindh government had some reservations on issues and during the recent meeting with Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif these reservations had been expressed by Chief Minister Qaim Ali Shah.
The advisor said the Sindh government was supporting the operation against terrorism since very first day and expressed satisfaction time and again over its results achieved by the Rangers paramilitary force.
“The operation against terrorism was underway in Karachi and would continue till the elimination of the last terrorist,” he maintained.
To a question, he said the Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) never believed in the politics of revenge.
Commenting over the stay of PPP Co-Chairman Asif Ali Zardari abroad, the advisor said he was under medical treatment and whenever he recovered from his illness he would come back home.
Responding to another query about the induction of MQM in PPP-led coalition government, Chandio said the ‘doors of PPP were open for all political parties’.