Naeemur Rehman slams Sindh govt over postponing Karachi LG polls.

KARACHI -- Jamaat-e-Islami (JI) Karachi chief Hafiz Naeemur Rehman has slammed the Sindh government for postponing the Karachi local government (LG) polls multiple times and termed the move 'enmity with the Karachiites', ARY News reported on Friday.

While addressing a press conference today, Hafiz Naeemur Rehman criticised that the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) had announced to hold LG polls multiple times but the Sindh government started correspondence to postpone the elections.

He said that the ECP summoned a session of the stakeholders on November 9 but it was postponed due to a holiday. The JI Karachi chief said that his political party will attend the stakeholders' session on November 14.

Naeemur Rehman said that the Supreme Court (SC) had issued clear directives to organise LG polls in Karachi.

The JI leader made it clear that they will not accept any further delay and condemned the ruling regime in Sindh for what he called illegal, unconstitutional, undemocratic and anti-people conduct by the Pakistan People's Party (PPP).

He announced that the JI would not let the PPP government in the province escape the LG polls. He added that the JI will announce its...

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