Is Bilawal scared of contesting from Karachi, asks JI's Hafiz Naeem

Is Bilawal scared of contesting from Karachi, asks JI's Hafiz Naeem


JI's Naeem says why Bilawal is avoiding to contest elections from Karachi

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KARACHI (Dunya News) -  Ameer of Jamaat-e-Islami (JI) Karachi, Hafiz Naeem ur Rehman, took a swipe at Pakistan Peoples’ Party (PPP) Chairman Bilawal Bhutto, questioning why Bilawal would be hesitant to contest elections from Liyari if his party truly held a mandate in Karachi.

Rehman criticized Bilawal and the PPP, alleging that the PPP secured its position in the Karachi mayorship through illegitimate practices. He further asserted that no party, including the PPP, seemed prepared to address the crises plaguing Karachi.

Highlighting JI pre-polls victory ahead of the February 8 elections, Rehman proudly claimed that JI is the largest political party in Karachi, emphasizing their contribution of providing free IT education to 25,000 young individuals.

He went on to state that JI aims to uplift the youth, brighten their future, and empower women financially. He promised to provide health cards to the residents of Karachi.

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Rehman asserted that under JI's leadership, industry growth and development in Karachi would be inevitable if the party secures victory in the Feb 8 polls.

Naeem ur Rehman raised questions about Bilawal’s absence from Karachi’s political field, contrasting it with the absence of PTI founder in the political battlefield.