its just repition only , in the hoistory of Karachi all for the first time are solid by in 1990 KARACHI, Pakistan, March 6— Jam Sadiq Ali, the flamboyant Chief Minister of Sind Province and an archenemy of former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto, died on Thursday. He was 57 years old.Mr. Sadiq Ali died of cirrhosis of the liver at his home in Karachi. The Sind government declared three days of mourning, closing government offices and schools. During Ms. Bhutto's 20-month Government, Mr. Sadiq Ali served as an adviser but eventually resigned because of differences. After Ms. Bhutto was forced to step down in August 1990 because of corruption charges, he was named Chief Minister of Sind. Mr. Sadiq Ali is survived by his wife and four children. Sharmila Farooqi
Sharmila Farooqi in Prison – Corruption of Usman Farooqi in Steel Mill of Pakistan – Pakistan Politics
It is important to mention here that Sharmila Farooqui, her father Usman Farooqi and mother Anisa Farooqui were accused by NAB of committing mega corruption through a 2000 reference and later in 2001 in less than a year, all the three accused had brokered a plea bargain deal with the NAB authorities and returned the looted money.
In April 2001, under this plea bargain deal approved by NAB court, Sharmila, her father and mother stood disqualified to hold any public office for next 21 years. However, the NAB law was amended later and this period was reduced to ten years. Sharmila was appointed as advisor to CM Sindh in 2008 despite her disqualification to hold any public office starting from 2001. Ansar Abbasi had filed a story on “illegal” appointment of Sharmila Farooqui as Sindh cabinet member on May 12, 2010. [ TheNews
All ppp are looters shame on them