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PPP nominates Qaim Ali Shah as CM Sindh

Published May 28, 2013 07:00pm


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Syed Qaim Ali Shah. — File Photo
Syed Qaim Ali Shah. — File Photo

KARACHI: The Pakistan Peoples Party nominated Qaim Ali Shah as the Chief Minister of Sindh whereas Agha Siraj Durrani was nominated as Speaker of Sindh Assembly on Tuesday in a party meeting presided by President Asif Ali Zardari, DawnNews reported.

Earlier on Monday, Senior PPP leader Syed Kursheed Shah had told in an exclusive conversation had said that Qaim Ali Shah’s namewas put forward to continue his role as CM in the Sindh government.


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A R Khan May 28, 2013 08:14pm

Congratulations to people of Sindh.

Parvez May 29, 2013 12:33am

Endorsing failure with failure.............brilliant strategy.

IQ May 29, 2013 01:31am


Masoud May 29, 2013 01:49am

I remember Mr. Altaf Hussain predicted with certainty that this time the CM will be from MQM

suja May 29, 2013 02:13am

I would have been proud - if he had done anything (I mean Anything) for people for sindh. so again we are going back 10yr under his governance.

Kirther May 29, 2013 02:49am

By nominating Qaim Ali Shah as Chief Minister of Sind, PPP has demonstrated that it has not learnt lessons from its past mistakes. Highly educated and professional leadership is the need of the hour and not somebody like Qaim Ali Shah. It appears that Sind will continue to suffer from petty politics and age old policies of Sind Rular and Sind Urban will continue to haunt Sind. People belonging to Urban communities must take quick and swift business/political decision or else they will continue to suffer and will eventually be wiped out.

said May 29, 2013 07:05am

Dark day in the Sind, need young and talented CM. God Save Sind, 2018 election PPP will be zero out in Sind. Not good choice

sonny May 29, 2013 07:37am

He is too old and pakistan people party is the worst corrupted party who is running Mr 10%, they dont care about pakistan and pakistani people. We need a strong dictator who will hang all the politecian.

Safia May 29, 2013 02:58pm

Was the decision taken by any sane person? Does this mean that Karachi has to suffer for another five years of gross mismanagement, corruption, misgovernance, law and order.... Qaim Ali Shah has done nothing in last 5 years... He and the Governer are living in a fools' paradise, in their own world... where they cant see and hear any common man's problem. We expected change in coming five years... PPP has learnt nothing from their past failures.

paki May 29, 2013 04:00pm

Again the same face to rule the Sindh government, he did not even take any serious notice on the targeted killing of the innocent people in the metropolitan.

Who will the chief minister of the sindh, we the people of Karachi need a peace and prosperity in the city otherwise, chief minister will be responsible

Javed Arshad May 29, 2013 04:31pm

Not sure if Qaim Ali Shah is capable of doing any thing different this time over after miserably failing in the last five years in Sind and Karachi. This decision can only harm PPP's cause to come back. Performance in Sind is going to be the only criteria for them to succeed in next elections. They were better off choosing a new dynamic leadership or does Mr. Zardari intends to sink the ship for good !!!

Iqtadar May 30, 2013 06:03pm

This dude was the chief minister Sindh back when I was in high school (1992).


Manzoor May 31, 2013 04:40pm

Thanks Safia, we fully agree with you! PPP is Blind and full with a team of Blinds.