Mustafa Kamal makes bold claims about elections in Sindh

Mustafa Kamal makes bold claims about elections in Sindh

Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) expressed their distrust in the Sindh election commissioner and called for his replacement.

In a press conference held at Pakistan House in Karachi, MQM Senior Deputy Convener Mustafa Kamal made the following statements: "Elections in the province are not contested; they are bought," Mustafa Kamal remarked, highlighting concerns about the electoral process.

He expressed frustration with the 2018 elections, stating, "The country was brought to chaos through the RTS system in the 2018 elections. Provincial Election Commissioner Ejaz Ahmed Chauhan should be transferred immediately."

Adding to their demands, he emphasized, "There should be no delay in holding general elections, and we insist on conducting them according to new constituencies."

Mustafa Kamal also criticized Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan, accusing him of deceiving the public in the name of Riyasat-e-Madinah. He further remarked, "His lawyer is Salman Rushdie's lawyer."

The MQM leaders issued a stern warning to the government, stating, "We will condemn any attempts to undermine democracy under the guise of controversial decisions." They also called on the Sindh caretaker chief minister to play a crucial role in ensuring transparent elections.

These statements from the MQM underscore their concerns and demands regarding the electoral process and government actions in Sindh.

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