KARACHI: Nation will decide the fate of those leaders who have brought the country out of crisis and for the long march mindset politicians very soon. This was stated by the Minister of State for Water and Power, Abid Sher Ali while visiting to review the ongoing construction of Bin Qasim Coal Electric Power Plant in the proximity of Port Qasim on Wednesday. Pakistan Tehreek Insaf Chairman Imran Khan takes dictation from Jehangir Tareen and enjoys his plane ride across the country, he said. Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and his family will succeed in Panama Papers Case. “I think Chief Minister Punjab and his team will take over the garbage disposal and cleaning of streets of Karachi.” Larkana city was deprived of Rs90 billion development fund in corruption and if this amount was diverted to Karachi, the condition had been different, he pointed out. 80 percent work on coal project have been completed that generate 1320 mega watts, he said, adding, “Work on this project is on fast pace for early completion.” Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PML-N) government is committed to bring out the country from darkness. Load-shedding will be over by March 2018 across the country, he added. Sindh province is the eyes of Pakistan and with it there is no light in the country, but corruption is on the rise in the province Sher Ali said. Unfortunately, a big chunk of development fund up to the tune of Rs90 billion have been lost in corruption and if such a huge amount had been spend in Karachi for development the situation of metropolis must be different, he added. “I am disappointed to see the situation of Karachi as roads is in bad conditions and piles of garbage seen everywhere,” Sher Ali, said, adding that “I will request the Chief Minister Punjab to take over the responsibility of garbage disposal and cleaning.” Action against unlawful seminaries is the responsibility of Sindh government not the federal government. The provincial government would not achieve there goals against terrorism without de-politicizing the police department, he remarked.