Zardari-Tessori doctrine bound to fail: Naeemur Rehman

KARACHI (NNI): Jamaat-e-Islami (JI) Karachi Ameer Engr Hafiz Naeemur Rehman has said that the Zardari-Tessori doctrine to revive the politics of hate, divide and hooliganism in Karachi is bound to fail and the JI will unearth the conspiracy behind the attempts to merge various factions and splinter groups of the Muttahida Qaumi Movement.
The JI leader expressed these views while addressing a press conference held at Idara Noor-e-Ha, the JI Karachi headquarter, here on Sunday. On the occasion, he demanded of the authorities to take all necessary actions in order to ensure free and fair local government elections on January 15, 2023. He said that the JI has continued it’s political campaign. He added that the JI and mafias are directly facing off each other in this elections.
He said that the JI will also address the issues of devolution of powers and biased appointments of ROs and DROs. In his first presser in the new year, Engr Naeemur Rehman said that the JI has initiated the Bano Qabil program and under the program the first batch of 10 thousand students have started their respective courses in the field of information technology. He said that the JI at the culmination of the courses will provide guidance and facilitation for job hunt to the successful participants.
He said that the JI will announce it's future course of action and the Karachi declaration at the convention to be held on January 8. The Karachi declaration will the solution to problems being faced by Karachiites. The JI Karachi chief demanded of the Election Commission of the Pakistan to take notice of the party meeting led by PPP supremo Bilawal Bhutto Zardari and Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah at the Chief Minister House.
He also demanded of the ECP to take action against the PPP leadership for continuously flaunting the ECP order. He also highlighted that the PPP government in Sindh completely neglected the commission's letter with directions against political appointments.
He also highlighted the issues ranging from the shortage of water, the K4 water supply project, deteriorating public health sector, the education sector making new lows the issue of K-Electric and the ongoing lawlessness.
He said that only an elected and empowered city mayor would be able to address the burning issues belonging to Karachi and Karachiites.