Federal Minister for Planning Asad Umar has said that Sindh is not being discriminated against, Imran Khan does not do politics of prejudice.
Talking to media in Karachi, Asad Umar said that the federation would spend money for the people of Sindh and not for the government of Sindh.
He said that Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah was in a hurry to make a political statement more than the federal response. Imran Khan announced two historic packages in Sindh.
The federal minister further said that the money that went to Sindh before the federal government was used to build palaces, diamond necklaces, towers in Dubai and properties in France.
He said that the money given by the federation was not spent in Sindh, PPP is asking questions from the federation on NHA, PPP did not spend a single rupee on construction of motorways.
Asad Umar also said that in the three years before 2018, look at the amount of money allocated by the federation for Sindh projects. In the three years of our government, 32% more money was set aside for Sindh projects.
He said that Imran Khan is the Prime Minister who announced a historic package for Sindh, billions of rupees are being spent on Karachi drains, green line project is going to be completed by September.
The Federal Minister said that Rs6.5 billion was set aside for Sukkur Electric Power Company project, Rs5 billion was set aside for Hesco projects and Rs8 billion was set aside for Sindh universities.
He said that we have completed Multan-Sukkur Motorway project, paid Rs. 98 billion, Sukkur-Hyderabad Motorway project has been approved, on which Rs. 200 billion will be spent.
Asad Umar said that PPP has not spent a single rupee on construction of motorways and is asking us questions on NHA, Imran Khan does not do politics of prejudice, provincial government is using Sindh card.
He said that they are trying to create problems for us in Sindh. Chief Minister, you are definitely the government of Sindh and not the people of Sindh. Imran Khan announced two historic packages in Sindh, covering urban and rural areas.