KARACHI - The PPP may face criticism from its own members in the coming session of Sindh Assembly after the Chief Minister rewarded PPP MPA Humera Alwani for opposing the government by appointing her spouse Hameed Alwani, a former employee of Bilawal House, as an OSD at the CM House. The ignored party members will likely express their anger on the move from the CM House for rewarding a member, who had been in the forefront in criticising government policy on the floor of the House and in before the media. Sources confided to The Nation that MPAs and others senior party leaders who had rendered services for the party and borne the brunt of past government felt betrayed after the appointment of Hameed Alwani as OSD to the Chief Minister.    Ms Alwani, elected on reserved seat from Thatta, had flouted party discipline during budget session, created stir in the House and made scathing attacks on powerful ministers. Her news got full coverage in the media. She also started activities in the sensitive district Thatta for which the local party leaders complained to the higher PPP leadership. However, instead of taking any disciplinary action, the provincial party high command rewarded her spouse with the post of OSD, they lamented. This action of chief minister created despondency among loyal party legislators and senior office bearers who have yet to be accommodated. Sources further said that MS. Alwani made a meteoric rise in the PPP. It was her husband who pushed her in the front during 2002 general elections and to get party ticket for his wife. She also got PPP ticket for the 2008 elections and was expecting ministerial job after retaining her reserved seat. However, when denied, she strongly protested against the government. She even went to the extent of accusing the provincial home minister of involvement in the mysterious escape of gold merchant Kamran Tessori from police custody. Her opposition has brought her rich dividends in the shape of her husband getting a lucrative job, who would now sit in the posh CM House as an OSD. According to a political observer, Syed Qaim Ali Shah is a gentleman, who had always succumbed to political pressure. He lacks decisive decision-making power, which had always gone against him and his party.