Muttahida Majlis-e-Amal (MMA) city chief, Hafiz Naeem-ur-Rehman said the system ruining the country cannot be changed by those who switch their loyalties in every election, but by those who want to make Pakistan a truly Islamic state.
Speaking at corner meetings in Sher Khana Abad and Frontier Colony, the MMA’s candidate for NA-250 said many people started claiming to be the representatives of Karachiites after peace was established. “Where were they when people were being robbed by K-Electric, Water Board, and suffering at the hands of NADRA. They were nowhere in sight when people were fleeced by K-Electric through overbilling,” he said.
Naeem said Jama’at stood by the people in tough circumstances and got their problems created by K-Electric, Water Board and NADRA.
He said the election is a battle between secular and religious parties. “The secular minds want to have a satanic system in Pakistan, but we are determined to have Islamic law here in every sphere of life,” he added.
Speaking at the meetings, candidate for PS-120 Abdul Razzaq said the team of Abdul Sattar Afghani and Naimatullah Khan would not let any party usurp the rights of the city.