A view of Sindh Assembly session.—File photo

KARACHI: The two political allies of the Pakistan People’s Party- led Sindh government have finally reached an agreement on the dispute of ministries and the Pakistan Muslim League - Quaid (PML-Q) has agreed to give three ministries to the Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM), DawnNews reported.

Sources said that a delegation of the PML-Q was expected to hold an important meeting with the provincial chief minister on Wednesday to discuss the issue of ministries.

The PML-Q would be offered other ministries in lieu of the ministries that they have agreed to give up, sources added.

Haleem Adil Shaikh, Secretary-General of the PML-Q Sindh chapter, said that political stability in the country was more important than ministries. — DawnNews

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