EERE JI PML PPP PTI ask MQM that Jamaat has concerns with the creation of Sindh’s voter lists, constituency boundaries, and census.
A number of political parties, including its main allies, urged the Muttahida Qaumi. Movement-Pakistan (MQM-P) early on Sunday to rethink its decision to abstain from the second round of the local governme. LG) elections, which are schedul to take place today in a number of. Sindh districts as well as in the Karachi and Hyderabad divisions. After extensive consultations with various stakeholders, MQM-P Convener Khalid Maqbool Siddiqui stated his party will boycott the “already rigged” elections hours before they were scheduled to takedoramasmp4flix
The Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) insisted that the elections take place on January 15 without further delay despite the Sindh government’s announcement to delay them. The party’s statement followed its demand for new delimitation before holding the local body elections. The MQM-P should have run for office in the LG elections, according to Jamat-e-Islami (JI) Karachi Emir Hafiz Naeem-ur-Rehman. “All political parties have their reservations. Additionally, Jamaat has concerns with Sindh’s voter lists, constituency boundaries, and census “JI’s head added.
He did, however, point out that the MQM-P was participating in the census approval process under the. Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) administration. However, he continue t is now the responsib y of the government and the ECP to guarantee that elections are held without incident. Rehman criticis the MQM. P and claim that the group becomes unhappy their contract” is broken. If they had resigned from office, “we would accept that the party is strong.”
To know where it stands right now, the MQM-P should enter the election process, in my opinion, he said, adding that the party’s members are not supporting it. Additionally, Rehman emphasised that the JI would grow to be a significant party in Karachi. After winning the elections, the party will establish the local government and include everyone, he claimed. Rana Sanaullah Khan, leader of the PML-N and minister of the interior, expressed regret at the MQM-choice P’s to boycott the polls. However, he claimed that the party’s choice was justified.
The MQM-P persisted in their fight to have their demands realised and also succeeded. Prsuading the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) of their position, according to him. Asif Ali Zardari, the head of the PPP, also acknowledged. The legality of their demands and ordered his party to work with the party, according to Sanaullah. When one union council was constitut with 90,000 voters on the list and the toher with only 15,000, the federal minister also criticise the ECP for failing to do its job. The electoral process “discredited” as a result of Muttahida’s decision to withdraw from the elections, he claimed. In the present, he said, local body elections “lack the credibility and democratic values they should have.”
Ali Zaidi, the president of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI). Sindh, poked fun at the MQM-choice P’s and declared that his party will not leave the government. He claimed that the MQM-P had a good reason for skipping the polls. The PTI chief continued: “The MQM-P would abstain from the elections, as we had previously declared. The party will not be fielding any candidates in the elections.” Sharjeel Inam Memon, leader of the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) and minister of information for Sindh. pressed disappointment at the MQM-choice P’s and stated that his party wanted the MQM-P to run in elections.
He urged the party to rethink its choice, claiming that the PPP had made every effort to allay the MQM-concerns. P’s