PML-N men hold rally against Sindh chief
HYDERABAD, Nov 9: Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) activists took out a rally here on Friday in protest against cancellation of membership of five of their colleagues by the provincial leadership.
After marching from the Old Campus to the local press club, they staged a demonstration raising slogans against PML-N Sindh president Syed Ghous Ali Shah. They carried banners inscribed with appeals to the party chief, Nawaz Sharif, to order an inquiry into the allegations against the expelled party colleagues. They demanded removal of Mr Shah for taking what they claimed to be arbitrary decisions in this regard. They also demanded restoration of party membership of all five colleagues, belonging to the
The rally was led by PML-N Latifabad taluka chief Ahmed Haider and Hyderabad district general-secretary Syed Shahid Ali.
They called for an impartial inquiry into the incident in which a fist-fight broke out during a visit to Hyderabad by the party’s central leader, Raja Zafarul Haq, a few weeks back.
The protesters said that Mr Shah’s decision without a proper inquiry into the matter had created great unrest among party workers in Hyderabad district and a large number of them were considering to quit the party.