The JUP will participate in the next municipal elections

Shah Owais Noorani, the central leader of Jamiat-e-Ulema Pakistan, announced on Sunday that his party would contest the upcoming local government polls in Karachi.

“People of Karachi must strengthen their parent party and get rid of hollow slogans and cowardly leaders,” he said during a speech at a workers’ convention organized by the Karachi branch of the party.

He said the Nizam-e-Mustafa workers’ convention was the start of the party’s organizational alignment in Karachi. Noorani said politics is being conducted on Karachi’s rights even today in an era of greater awareness. “Those who cry out for lack of power and resources are responsible for the destruction of Karachi,” he said.

He added that the judiciary would rather demolish buildings than bring justice to the unjust killings of hundreds of people in the city. He also called on Prime Minister Imran Khan to resign so that general elections could be held immediately.

“Because of the faulty economic policies of the federal government, people are committing suicide due to rising inflation in the country,” he said. “The current government has also put the integrity of the country at stake,” he added.

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