KARACHI - Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam Pakistan Karachi Chief Aslam Ghauri claimed that the historic conference at Minar-e-Pakistan has proved that JUI would be the largest religio-political party of the parliament after winning the upcoming general election.

He stated these views while talking to the JUI’s Lawyers Forum leaders Muhammad Iqbal Sawati advocate, Imran Tareen advocate and Sher Khan Niazi advocate here on Friday. Ghauri further stated that after the Islam Zindabad conference in Karachi, the conferences were held in Peshawar, Sukkur, Bahawalpur, Kalat, Sargodha and on March 31, the party had held a historic conference at Minar-e-Pakistan Lahore.

He said that JUI would contest the upcoming election under the leadership of Maulana Fazlur Rehman and results will surprise the political leaders of the Pakistan.

He added that entire media came with different views on JUI and ignored to rate the party, but that has not harmed the image of JUI and its leadership.

He further said that during the last two years, the efforts were made to restore the alliance of Muttahida Majlis-e-Amal but stumbling of a party had ended the process.

He said if MMA had restored its last position then there would no need to knock the doors of PML-N and PTI while some religious political parties does not contest to win election but to beat JUI.

Aslam added that the things have changed now and JUI will give surprising result in Sindh and Punjab. He urged the party’s workers to start door-to-door election campaign and convince the public to vote in favour of JUI candidates to make them successful in the polls. Meanwhile, NAB former chairman, Justice (r) Deedar Hussain Shah called on the Caretaker Chief Minister Sindh Justice (r) Zahid Qurban Alvi and discussed the matters of mutual understanding.

The caretaker CM said that present caretaker government would arrange the transparent elections and every step in this regard would be taken.

Meanwhile, an eight-member delegation of Bohra Community called on the Caretaker CM here at the Chief Minister House and discussed the of mutual understanding.

Alvi said that every possible step would be taken for the arrangement of transparent elections. He further said that few days ago the orders were issued for banning the usage of Sheesha, the dangerous narcotics, because the youth was being very much affected by it mentally, socially and physically.

He further said that the Sindh Police and Rangers were given the freehand to restore peace in all over the province especially in Karachi, and they have been directed to implement the orders strictly.

The delegation of Bohra Community briefed the chief minister regarding their problems, for which the caretaker Chief Minister assured them that their problems would be resolved very soon. The delegation was comprised of Muhammad Asif, Mustafa, Najamuddin, Shabbir, Ali Asgher, Feroz Shah and others.