Former CM Sindh, Murad Ali Shah has declared assets worth over Rs213 million to ECP in his nomination papers.
The PPP leader and former CM Sindh’s asset details have been released by the ECP that he declared in his nomination. According to the details, Murad Ali Shah owns assets over Rs213 million.
Shah, who was also the provincial finance minister in previous term owns house in DHA Karachi worth Rs11.5 million.
He also has agricultural land of 51 acres in different parts of the province. The former CM Sindh also has two vehicles worth Rs14.2 million in total.
Shah has jewelry worth over Rs590,000 in possession while he has $264, 368 in a bank in trust deed for over 275 acres.
Supreme Court had ordered candidates to submit an affidavit along with their nomination papers. The affidavit would contain details of the candidate which could be accessed by the voters.
ECP had stated it would release details of the candidates for voters including the asset details.