WITH reference to your editorial ‘Sindh CM on corruption’ (Dec 13).

It is indeed amazing that PPP leaders do not deny that they are, and have been, indulging in corruption, but insist that only they are being singled out and victimised, while those in Punjab have been left untouched.

The PPP leaders should be asked, if there is as much corruption elsewhere in the country as in Sindh, why is it that roads in Sindh are in such a bad state, unlike in Punjab, where you can see good governance the minute you enter that province?

S. Lakhani
Karachi

Published in Dawn, December 15th, 2015

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