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Today’s JUI-F public meeting will be a public referendum against the government of Sindh: Rashid Soomro

Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam (JUI-F) leader Maulana Rashid Mehmood Soomro addresses the media during a press conference at the Karachi Press Club on May 1, 2024. – PPI

The public meeting of the Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam-Fazl (JUI-F), which will be led by its chief Fazlur Rehman, in Karachi on Thursday (today) will be a public referendum against the Sindh government.

Sindh JUI-F Secretary General Rashid Mahmood Soomro said this on Wednesday while addressing a press conference at the Karachi Press Club. He was accompanied by other leaders of the party.

He called the February 8 general election a fake and claimed that forces behind the scenes in this country were always making important decisions. He said the JUI-F had made sacrifices for the country’s democratic system and that its leader had led the people out of the mountains and shown them the way to parliament.

Soomro claimed that despite all the sacrifices, the JUI-F’s mandate had been stolen. He said that according to the Form 45 results, his party had won three seats in the National Assembly and seven seats in the Sindh Assembly, but the same seats were given to the Pakistan People’s Party after Form 47 was tampered with. He regretted that the election tribunals were not hearing pleas against elections. results on time.

The JUI-F leader also slammed the Sindh government for lawlessness in the province, stating that tribal disputes, kidnappings for ransom, killings and street crimes were on the rise.

He said although the selected meetings were fake, the real public meeting would be held today at the Mazar-e-Quaid and would be addressed by the JUI-F chief. The Sindh government was afraid of the JUI-F meeting, Soomro noted.

He said the JUI-F’s agitation was based on a four-point agenda that fought against the theft of mandate in the elections, expressing solidarity with the oppressed Palestinians, ensuring there was no confusion over Khatm-e-Nabuwwat and put an end to what he said. bandit government in Sindh.