Join Karachi Rights Movement for your due rights, Naeem asks Karachiites


Jamaat-e-Islami (JI) Karachi chief Engr Hafiz Naeemur Rehman has asked Karachiites to join the party’s Karachi Rights Movement for the sake of their own rights and future of their offspring.

The JI leader expressed these views while visiting several areas of district north of Karachi. On the occasion, he also visited the grieved family of a teenager who drowned recently and an open rain drain.

He urged Karachiites to confront the provincial and federal governments for their due rights instead of accepting the civic problems and violations of their due rights as their fate.

Engr Naeemur Rehman asked the 30 million citizens in Karachi to vote and support the JI as the party had uplifted the city in the past and will bring back its past glory in the future as well, if elected in the upcoming local bodies’ polls.

He added that big flaws were left in the voter lists so he appealed all the citizens to vote for scale — the electoral symbol of the JI — on the election day at their given polling stations.

He said that the Pakistan People Party and the Muttahida Qaumi Movement ruled over the province for over a decade but did nothing good for the future of the city. He also lambasted the KE and those political parties supporting the private electricity company and its corrupt practices.

The JI leader also highlighted the injustice in the part of the ruling parties on the basis of quota system and flawed census. He urged Karachiites to reject on the polling day all the political parties that played a role in ruining the megalopolis.

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