Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah has written a letter to the Federal Minister for Planning Ahsan Iqbal to clear the concerns on the ongoing digital census in the country, in which it has been said that the Sindh government is unable to help the federal government in the current situation.
The Sindh government has serious reservations about the ongoing digital census in the country. Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah has written a letter to Federal Minister for Planning Ahsan Iqbal to clear the concerns of the province on the census.
In the letter, it was written that the Sindh government is unable to help the federal government due to the current situation of the digital census going on across the country, so first of all the concerns regarding the census should be removed.
Murad Ali Shah complained that the issues regarding the digital census were not resolved despite Nishandhi.
The letter demanded that a committee should be formed under the guidance of the federal planning minister for transparency in the census, including the chief ministers of the federal units.
The Sindh government also said in a letter to the federal government that no digital census awareness campaign has been conducted while technical flaws have been revealed in the tablets held by the census staff.
Chief Minister Sindh said that the major phase of census has started and personal information was not taken into confidence.
Earlier in his speech at the event in Karachi on Sunday, Chairman People’s Party Bilawal Bhutto Zardari said that the current digital census is not a solution to our grievances, we have sent complaints to the federal government on the digital census. No, if the reservations are not removed, Sindh will not support the federal government in this matter, they will not allow them to rob the people of Sindh.