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Sindh CM announces new team to investigate Karsaz massacre

Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah on Tuesday reported the arrangement of a special team to re-investigate the 2007 Karsaz massacre.

More than 125 individuals were executed in twin impacts in Karsaz on October 18, 2007, as the gathering held a rally to welcome previous head administrator Benazir Bhutto to Pakistan. No less than 100 individuals were harmed in the blasts.

The CM Sindh declared the development at the Karsaz memorial in Karachi where he went to pay tribute to the individuals who lost their lives in the gore almost 10 years prior.

Shah mourned that an examination concerning the assault couldn’t occur ‘appropriately’.

“This postponement is a direct result of the scheme under which the confirmation of the episode was evacuated in a flash – however it doesn’t imply that the examination can not be made further. Yes, I will do it again as PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari has issued directions to me for this reason,” he said.

Shah said Bilawal had propelled his political battle beginning with the Oct 16 rally. The reaction to the rally was extraordinary, he said.

The Sindh CM cautioned the inside against creating “one area at the cost of others”, saying that exclusive Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif was welcome to gatherings of a bureau advisory group on vitality.

“This is not a reasonable approach. Every one of the areas must be dealt with similarly,” he said.

He included, in any case, that he is not against the improvement of some other region. “I am not against the improvement of any city [Lahore] but rather a few people have let me know that the advancement share of different urban areas [Punjab] are spent just on one city [Lahore]. There must be equivalent treatment,” he emphasized.

Shah, addressing columnists, called attention to that a few government officials utilize ‘cricket wording’. “This is not sports, it is a genuine business and its exclusive target is to serve individuals,” he said.