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Karachi’s decisions not to be taken in London anymore: Siraj

KARACHI: Chief of Jamat-e-Islami (JI) Siraj-ul-Haq on Friday suggested residents of Karachi to sensibly cast their vote for the betterment of megapolis, ARY News reported.

Addressing to the JI’s women wing at Aisha Manzil today, Siraj-ul-Haq said people can bring positive change in Karachi by using the power of vote, which can be considered more powerful than nuclear power, he added.

“I want people to vote JI in NA-246 by-election to disrupt environment of fear in Karachi”, he said.

Siraj-ul Haq said JI believes in empowerment of women in every aspect of life. He said history has revealed that no campaign can be succeeded without the contribution of women.

“Islamic Shariah strictly orders to safeguard rights of women”, informed JI Chief.

Speaking about MQM Chief, Siraj-ul-Haq said this time he [Altaf Hussain], who had resigned nine times from party leadership before, will finally quit party leadership after losing by-election on April 23.

He questioned why Altaf Hussain fears to come to Karachi but not to visit India.

JI Chief said now, decision about Karachi will not be made from London but from the streets on megapolis.

Siraj-ul Haq said MQM has ruined peace of Karachi and deprived people from basic necessities.

JI Chief said people of Karachi don’t need arms and ammunition as suggested by MQM Chief but they need education, better health facilities and peaceful environment.

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