Ameer of Jamaat-e-Islami Karachi Hafiz Naeem-ur-Rehman chaired an important meeting of district chiefs at IdaraNoor-e-Haq on Thursday in which office bearers of different districts of the city also participated.
The meeting took important decisions and steps regarding the “Rights to Karachi Rally” to be held from Quaidabad to Governor House on Shahra-e-Faisal on Sunday, March 14 in connection with the ongoing “Rights to Karachi Movement” under Jamaat-e-Islami.
Instructions were issued to make large scale arrangements and preparations to ensure full, successful and large number of Karachi residents to participate in the rally.
Contact people from all walks of life, including businessmen and industrialists, scholars, lawyers, doctors, engineers, teachers, students, laborers and people from all walks of life and in residential areas, streets, neighborhoods, mosques, markets and bazaars.
The people will be contacted on a large scale and they will be invited to participate in the “Haq Do Karachi Ko Rally”.
Various committees were formed for the preparation and arrangements of the rally.
The meeting resolved that the rights movement in Karachi would be further intensified and the struggle would continue till the attainment of legitimate and legal rights of more than 30 million people of Karachi and resolution of serious issues.
Addressing the meeting, Hafiz Naeem-ur-Rehman said that this struggle and movement of Jamaat-e-Islami is the voice of the heart of the people.
The movement is constantly gaining popularity among the people. Haq Do Karachi Rally will prove to be an important milestone of the movement.
Paksitan Tehrik-i-Insaf (PTI), Muttahid Quami Movement (MQM) and PPP did nothing for Karachi.
The ruling parties took votes from Karachi and gained power and ministries but disappointed the people and the problems of the people of Karachi are still there.
Jamaat-e-Islami will never disappoint the people.
Quota system should be abolished, thousands of educated youth of Karachi should be given their right in government jobs.