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KARACHI; Criticizing the Sindh government for not holding local government elections in the province under the pretext of controversial census results, Pak Sarzameen’s Party (PSP) has asked the General Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) to reject the provincial government’s excuse and announce the polling schedule for local bodies.

Calling the so-called and self-proclaimed leaders of the Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) as champions of democracy, PSP chairman Syed Mustafa Kamal said they ignore the election of local bodies to seize power and resources and are not serious about solving public problems. .

He spoke to young members of the Pashtun community in Al-Asif Square, Sohrab Goth, on Saturday.

Similar to the last general election, the ECP should hold local body elections based on the previous census so that basic community problems can be resolved, said Kamal. “Because of the indifference of the Pakistan People’s Party, the Sindh people are very nervous. If the people affected by inflation take to the streets to demand their rights, then only the rulers are responsible for the deterioration of the law and order situation, “he said.

The PSP head said the PPP wanted to reduce the urban Sindh population to extend its rule and maintain its grip on the province. “If Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf agrees to the controversial census results, it will not only deceive the Sindh people, including Karachi, but also propel them towards slavery for generations.”

He added that the census is a matter of survival for our generation and PSP will not leave people alone in census problems. PSP leaders Anis Kaimkhani, Syed Shakir Ali, Naik Mohammad, Afaq Jamal, Abdullah Sheikh and Farhan Ansari were also present at the occasion.

Meanwhile, PSP in his statement said that Kamal would inaugurate the Keamari district party office in Gulbai chowk today (Sunday).


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