Supplying power from Thar to national grid is like taking a sore pill: Murad

F.P. Report

KARACHI: Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah on Saturday said that the electricity being generated from Thar power plant supplying to the national grid is like taking a sore pill.

The chief minister was talking to media on Saturday while attending the Shah Latif Conference at Mohatta Palace in Karachi.

“We have spent one billion over the project for generation of electricity from Thar coal,” Murad Ali Shah said.

He said the power generation from Thar coal deposits was the vision of Benazir Bhutto.

Shah lamented that Sindh’s power, gas and other natural resources being plundered.

Responding to Prime Minister Imran Khan’s comment regarding ‘container’ and ‘food’ in Islamabad, Shah said, ” we have no need of Khan Sahib’s container and food”.

Replying a question he said, not a single project announced to be implemented or given any related detail for Rs. 162 billion funds, announced by the federal government.