MNAs of JUI-F – former government ally – said the government has proposed a capitalist budget with a few positive steps that might lead to national economic development. Although the attendance remained meek, the MNAs sitting on Opposition benches actively expressed grave concern over the proposed budget.
“We should not use such references which are not in the national interest. PPP-P is a federal party. But it is behaving like a regional party,” remarked Ahsan.
Later, Speaker Ayaz Sadiq allowed Nawab Yousuf Talpur of PPP-P to speak on the matter. The two ministers who got into a heated debate remained calm as Talpur demanded that the 1991 Water Accord should be implemented in letter and spirit.
“We want that the Water Accord is implemented in letter and spirit but Sindh is not getting its due share,” Talpur said.