Fraud continues after local elections!
Many killings have taken place in Karachi. Among them, their police records were made public and discussed in newspapers. In this regard, police officers Ra¶ Anwar has been in the forefront in recent years. Naqeebullah Mehsud’s case alleges that the victim was killed innocently and the court acquitted Raanwar and other accomplices. Naqibullah Mehsud was killed in a police clash in Malir district on January 13. , Janvi Waziristan. Police accused him of being a member of Tehreek-e-Taliban. According to the lawyer of Naqibullah Mehsud, an appeal will be filed in the High Court. State Information Minister Sindh Sharjeel Inam Memon suddenly suffered a heart attack; They were then admitted to the hospital for immediate medical assistance, underwent angiography and angioplasty, and were sent home. As for his health, he is said to be very good, but he is being cared for at home. Ministers of State are the most active servants in politics. He was also very active and active in the local elections following the instructions of the party.
Commissioner Karachi has issued a regulation on the sale of flour. It seems impossible to find flour in any place. Flour is being sold at 150 rupees per kg in Karachi city. Fraud continues after Sindh local elections. Jamaat-e-Islami Ameer Sirajal Hakem visited Karachi and made it clear that the People’s Party must know that the Mayor will be ours. People’s Party ministers are declaring that we are the majority party, so it is our right to be elected mayor, but they do not have the required number. The People’s Party is trying to support Jamaat-e-Islami for the mayoralty of Karachi.
Negotiations were also held between the People’s Party and Jamaat-e-Islami and the discussion is being conducted by Tehreek-e-Saf and Jamaat-e-Islami. Jamaat-e-Islami seems to have found a need for mayorship on both sides. Tekhle Insaf is not able to seek mayorship from Jamaat-e-Islami compared to the People’s Party, but it wants to work with Jamaat-e-Islami. Jamaat-e-Islami must decide with whom it wants to partner. If Jamaat-e-Islami and the People’s Party merge, what kind of path will Tehr-Insaf follow for himself, will Jamaat-e-Islami support him for the position of mayor or will he choose to sit in the opposition? It is yet to be decided. Elections for special constituencies are yet to be held in the second phase of the elections. After that, the final list will be prepared and then the election of the city mayor and city mayor will be held.
The People’s Party had approached the Muslim League-N, but all its efforts were to unite the Jamaat-e-Islami for the required seats. He said that if the leadership of Jamaat-e-Islami tries to reduce our mission, we will strongly oppose it. Power outages have paralyzed the entire country. This resulted in huge losses at the business level. Such glitches have happened before but no permanent solution has been found for such technical glitches.
According to OGDCL, vast gas reserves have been discovered in Sindh province. 3.29 billion cubic feet of natural gas reserves were found in Gudu. Sindh is already the largest gas producing state. It supplies 70% of the country’s gas. Work on Groblok has been going on for the past 20 years. In 1999, an oil exploration license was granted. There is a lot of work to be done to rehabilitate the flood victims in Sindh province. At this time, Pakistanis living abroad are also bringing aid. The Sindh government has announced that it will convene a conference after Geneva. Because there should be a follow-up session to fulfill the promises made in the donor conference.
In the Geneva conference, the news came out about the Federal Minister of Finance that there is a loan for most of the projects. Details of the loan agreement have not been disclosed. Food prices are not going down. Although the federal government has stopped further price hikes on fuel products, the shortage and the price hike are still visible. Hundreds of containers in Karachi and Port Qasim have not been cleaned. As a result, the business community is suffering. In this regard, the representatives of the Karachi Chamber of Commerce and Industry are trying to help the industries and importers, but so far nothing has been achieved.