Qaim Ali Shah Gave 10 Lac To Bribe Media

The target killing has decreased in the largest city of Pakistan--Karachi, thanks to the efforts of law enforcement agencies. But another tragedy gripped the city in the form of heat stroke that killed over 1500 people this week alone. The power outages worsened the issue resulting in the death of people who could not survive heat wave, coupled with the even worse conditions of government hospitals. The Sindh government was virtually absent during the entire deadly episode of heat wave and private NGOs and military staff came to the rescue of the heat-stricken people. 

Instead of performing well and coming to the help of the hapless people in the city, Chief Minister Sindh Qaim Ali Shah took the easy way out to save his dying reputation as he reportedly bribed 10 lac Pakistan rupees to the media people who had to write and speak good about the government performance in the city.

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