Responding to claims made by Minister for Shipping and Maritime Affairs Ali Haider Zaidi about the alleged omission of information in the Uzair Baloch JIT report presented by the provincial government a day earlier, the Sindh government on Tuesday questioned where he was getting these purported ‘official documents’ from. “The Sindh government had said that it will make the JIT reports public and we have fulfilled that promise. We said we would present official documents and have done exactly that,” Sindh government spokesman Murtaza Wahab said. Commenting on the allegations made by Zaidi on the floor of the National Assembly, Wahab said that the minister had sworn that the reports implicated the PPP leadership. “We showed the documents with all the signatures. The official documents, with all the signatures, don’t show any such thing,” he said. He said that JITs, which consisted of one head and several members, were formed on the directives of the provincial government. “All members finalise a report and send it to the Home Department. This is an official document and the signatures on the report tell us as much. So now the question arises that if a document does not have all the signatures, where did it come from, who gave it to them?” he wondered. “Who was it submitted to […] because the Sindh government didn’t receive them. Who provided them to Zaidi or is he creating them?” he asked. Wahab said that contrary to Zaidi’s belief, there were not multiple JITs formed. “He says there is another report with four signatures that was sent forward. Who was it sent to?” he asked, and reiterated that the official documents have been made public according to the Sindh government’s commitment.