KARACHI: Corruption in the country has been going on since the time of Liaquat Ali Khan, and the Rangers can not solve it in a two-year operation.
This was the gist of an address by Sindh Chief Minister, Qaim Ali Shah at a ceremony at the CM House on Friday.
“The Rangers had come in Karachi to solve the problems of target killing, extortion and murder, but they are crossing the line and investigating corruption cases,” said the chief minister.
He said that mass level of corruption occurred during the martial laws in the country.
He said that the corruption is prevailing not only in government departments but in every sector, while the Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) managed to decrease corruption in its tenure.