Lashing out at the Sindh government, Imran Ismail said, “Though the PPP raises slogans of democracy, it has appointed an unelected person as Karachi’s administrator.”
“All stakeholders should have been taken on board prior to the appointment of a city’s administrator,” the governor added.
However, when it came to solving the city’s longstanding issues, Ismail said he would not create hurdles in the administrator’s path. Ismail said he had also told the previous administration that he would support him.
“But, I am against the political appointment of an administrator,” he added.
“We demanded the appointment of a neutral person for the post,” said Ismail, adding that it was an undemocratic move on the Sindh government’s part.