Sindh Chief Minister, Syed Qaim Ali Shah welcomed the ANP's decision to rejoin the government. -File Photo

KARACHI: A meeting of the core committees of Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) and Awami National Party (ANP) was held at the Chief Minister House on Wednesday.

A statement issued by the CM House in Karachi said that both parties discussed various matters and that at the request of PPP, the ANP announced its 'unconditional return' to the Sindh government.

The statement said that it was decided at the meeting that from tomorrow, the MPAs of ANP will sit on the treasury benches of the Sindh Assembly.

Amir Nawab of ANP will also resume the responsibility of his department.

The statement said that Agha Siraj Durrani of the PPP congratulated the ANP core committee on behalf of the Sindh Chief Minister Syed Qaim Ali Shah, and said that CM Sindh has welcomed this decision.

The meeting was attended by Agha Siraj Durrani, Muhammad Ayaz Soomro and Rashid Hussain Rabbani from the PPP and Rana Gul Afridi, Amir Nawab and Yunus Buneri from the ANP.

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