HYDERABAD - Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah arrived in his hometown Wahur on Monday to celebrate Eid-ul-Fitr.

The Chief Minister’s plane landed at Nawabshah Airport instead of Sehwan due to inclement weather. Syed Murad Ali Shah reached his village, visited his parents’ mausoleum and offered Fateha.

Speaking to the media on the occasion, he strongly condemned the incident that took place in Masjid Nabvi and said that there should be no politics at the holy places.

Replying to a question, Syed Murad Ali Shah said that water was being distributed in an unfair manner due to which there was severe shortage of water in the Indus River during the Rabi season. He said that there was a severe water crisis in Sehwan Sharif and efforts were being made to overcome it.

MNA Sikandar Rahpoto, DIG Pir Muhammad Shah, DC Jamshoro, SSP and others were also present on the occasion. Eid-ul-Fitr to be celebrated in Hyderabad amid strict security arrangements Like other parts of the country, Eid-ul-Fitr will be celebrated with religious fervor in Hyderabad on Tuesday and the police have devised a comprehensive security plan to provide a peaceful environment to the people. In Hyderabad, the second largest city of Sindh, the main gathering for Eid-ul-Fitr prayers will be held at Eid Gah Rani Bagh, while Eid gathering will also be held at the police headquarters where police officers and Jawans will offer Eid prayers.

 

 

 

 

To maintain law and order on the occasion of Eid-ul-Fitr, 2,000 police personnel will be deployed for the security of Eid gatherings at hundreds of places across the district.

SSP Sajid Amir Saduzai has directed all SDPOs and SHOs to ensure the presence of all staff including Head Mohrars on duty on the occasion of Eid prayers and DSPs will be responsible for all security arrangements.

 

 

He directed to keep a close watch on any suspicious persons and objects at the place of Eid prayers and also to seek the services of volunteers for this purpose.