Canada Global (Web News) Murad Ali Shah, the chief minister of Sindh, and Nasir Hussain Shah, the provincial minister for local government, reportedly asked Jamat-e-Islami (JI) Karachi president Naeem-ur-Rehman to accept the results of the Sindh local government (LG) elections without raising a fuss because the Sindh government had given the town administrations more authority on Monday.
Speaking to the media, he says that the results were manually compiled rather than reported utilising the RTS (Result Transmission Technology) system.
He said, “But the compilers were not well taught” Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) hoped to win more than 100 of Karachi’s 235 seats.
He claimed that voting was conducted peacefully. Law and order could not be successfully enforced thirteen times, but we nevertheless made an effort to control the situation.