We will part our way from PPP in Sindh if ministries changed-Pir Pagara

Pakistan Muslim League – Functional (PML-F) chief Pir Pagara on Saturday threatened to quit the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) led government if their ministries are taken away, Express News 24/7 reported Saturday.
Pagara made the statement during a meeting at his residence in Karachi.
PML-F leader said that his party has no reservations over the MQM rejoining the government, but the PPP had to give it the due share.
The Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) wants its 14 ministers back in office. Five of them have been returned so far.
The PML-F has eight members in the Sindh Assembly and four ministries: Auqaf, IT, youth affairs and mines and minerals. Three out of four departments were earlier with the MQM. But soon after MQM left the government over the Kashmir elections, the government re-allotted the portfolios.
Earlier on Friday, PML-F member and Minister for Information Technology Imtiaz Shaikh asserted, ““We want to make it clear that PML-F leaders aren’t ‘kurbani ke bakray’ [sacrificial goats].”

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