CJ says Sindh lacks discipline

KARACHI: Supreme Court Chief Justice Saqib Nisar on Friday stated after arriving in Karachi he has come to realization that there used to be no discipline in Sindh.

“It turns out we will be able to have to stick here  for 6 months to listen to instances,� he noticed as a most sensible courtroom bench heard an software associated with Larkana Club land.

He remarked that  US President Donald Trump does now not enjoys the facility to allot even a kiosk and in Sindh any one can allot lands.

During the process listening to, Advocate General Sindh knowledgeable the courtroom that Jinnah Garden in Larkana homes National Health Centre, Press Club, executive faculties and the Ladies membership.

The Chief Justice stated Parks are public assets and executive couldn’t construct anything else there despite the fact that it needs to take action.

He ordered the Advocate General to head and repair parks of their exact situation. 

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