Sirajul Haq, the leader of Jamat-e-Islami (JI), declared on Sunday his purpose to take the results of the nearby government (LG) elections to courtroom, following the Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) emerging as the biggest celebration inside the Karachi mayoral race.
During a press convention, the JI chief expressed the celebration’s refusal to accept the “theft of the general public mandate in Karachi,” and announced their choice to task the final results of the LG elections in court.
Siraj additionally disclosed plans for a protest scheduled outside the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) office on June 23. He affirmed JI’s unwavering support for the human beings of Karachi, vowing now not to allow their accept as true with to be compromised.
He confident that his birthday celebration might reclaim the general public mandate, which he believed were stolen inside the Karachi mayoral elections. Haq demanded that mayoral elections be held again after the reinstatement of the 30 elected UC chairmen from the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI).
It is essential to say that Murtaza Wahab, the PPP candidate, become elected as Karachi’s mayor with 173 votes through a show of hands.
According to unconfirmed and unofficial results, JI’s candidate Hafiz Naeemur Rehman secured 160 votes. The voting for Karachi mayor and deputy mayor passed off on the Pakistan Arts Council beneath tight security.
The mayoral contest become between Wahab and Rehman, as all different applicants had withdrawn their nomination papers. For the placement of deputy mayor, Salman Abdullah and Saifuddin from PPP and JI respectively, competed against every other.
As in step with the entry sign in, 332 elected participants arrived on the polling station, at the same time as 34 individuals of the KMC didn’t reach the Arts Council of Pakistan.
The ECP has released the effects of all the UCs in Karachi.
The info monitor that the PPP emerged as the largest birthday celebration within the City Council with 104 chairman seats. They also secured 34 seats reserved for ladies, 5 seats each for minorities, exertions, and young people, and one seat every for disabled and transgender individuals. The birthday celebration has a total of one hundred fifty five individuals.
Meanwhile, JI gained 87 chairman seats in the neighborhood authorities (LG) elections, incomes an extra 29 reserved seats for women, 4 seats every for teens, hard work, and minorities, and one seat each for transgender and disabled people. JI has a total of one hundred thirty members inside the City Council.
Additionally, PTI gained forty three chairman seats, and after acquiring 14 reserved seats for ladies and two reserved seats every for youth, labor, and minorities, their total representation in the City Council comes to 63 contributors.