Web Desk: Sindh government once again makes history by appointing Salman Talibuddin, a member of the Christian community, as Advocate General of the province.

“Salman Talibuddin was appointed as Advocate General Sindh on the terms and conditions as admissible under the rules with immediate effect,” read the notification.

Talibuddin is currently serving as an additional attorney general.

The post fell vacant in June when then advocate general Zameer Ghumro resigned following chief justice’s remarks.

Senior PPP leader Sherry Rehman took to twitter and credited her party for empowering the minorities according to Quaid’s vision.

In July, Tanzeela Qambrani belonging to Sheedi ethnic group became first such female to make her way into the Sindh Assembly.

Tanzeela Qambrani belongs to Pakistan People’s Party and has been elected on reserved seat for women on the PPP ticket.

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