Karachi, Hyderabad to be ruled by jiyala mayors, says Wahab.

KARACHI -- Sindh government spokesperson Barrister Murtaza Wahab on Wednesday said that the next mayors of Karachi and Hyderabad would be from Pakistan Peoples Party.

Addressing a press conference, he said that people of the province had rejected the politics of sit-ins by expressing their confidence in the PPP in the second phase of the local government elections in the two major divisions of the province.

'Karachi and Hyderabad Councils will be led by jiyale mayors,' he added.

Barrister Wahab, who is also CM's adviser on law, said that the results announced by the Provincial Election Commission showed that people had voted for the PPP candidates in the first phase of the election.

'Now the same sequence of success continued in Hyderabad and Karachi divisions as well,' he added.

He said the PPP had gotten a clear lead in Hyderabad division and the party also had majority in Karachi division, too.

He said that for the first time in Karachi, the problem of transport was being solved seriously and it was not hypothetical, but was seen in practice. 'Pakistan's first...

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