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"This is the area that Bilawal calls his own," he says.
"He lives in Dubai, he went to an expensive university [the University of Oxford in the UK] and seldom visits the places and people who vote for him. How can you call yourself a leader when kids fall into these open gutters and die?" Javed asks.
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The regional government has been accused of corruption. Following a petition by a local resident, Sindh High Court has sought details of a development budget of $1.1bn allocated for Larkana.
JSQM's Jameel believes a lack of political alternatives is one of the reasons for the lack of development.
"But now people have options, they are more aware of their rights and what's expected," he says.