Major reshuffle, Saeed Ghani to lose education ministry portfolio in expected

 Major reshuffle, Saeed Ghani to lose education ministry portfolio in expected

Sindh Education Minister Saeed Ghani

ISLAMABAD(KARACHI), 12 July: Sindh Minister Saeed Ghani is likely to be deprived of his education ministry portfolio in a new Sindh cabinet reshuffle expected soon.

According to details in an expected cabinet reshuffle, it is likely that Saeed Ghani will lose his education ministry portfolio and it will be given to Syed Sardar Shah, who had previously served at the post.

Moreover, it has further emerged that Syed Zia Abbas Shah and Sajid Jokhio will also make it to the Sindh cabinet.

Earlier on February 3, in a major reshuffle in the current cabinet of the Sindh Government, stalwarts of the Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) had been given additional responsibilities.

The former Provincial Minister of Sindh for Local Government, Public Health Engineering and Rural Development, and Katchi Abadies, Saeed Ghani’s had been awarded a role in the Literacy and Education departments, he would continue to work on his pre-existing role in Labour department, the official notification read.

Provincial Minister of Sindh for Local Government, Forests and Religious Affairs, Nasir Hussain Shah was assigned an additional position in the Information Ministry of Sindh.

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The National Accountability Bureau(NAB) has denied several allegations made by Sindh Education Minister Saeed Ghani on Friday, saying that an investigation is under process against Ghani by NAB Karachi after due process of law.

A day earlier, Ghani had accused the anti-graft body of protecting PTI MPA Haleem Adil Sheikh, saying that NAB was afraid Sheikh would be arrested by the Anti-Corruption Establishment hence it opened an inquiry against the PTI leader to stall his arrest.“The NAB has already clarified that NAB Karachi Bureau was conducting an inquiry against Haleem Adil Sheikh after authorizing complaint verification,” the NAB press statement stated in response to Ghani’s allegation.

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