KARACHI - Jamiat Ulema-i-Islam kicks off election campaign for the upcoming general election in various constituencies of Karachi and vowed to provide facilities at the doorsteps.

JUI have started party activities regarding the upcoming polls and public meetings were organised in the constituencies of NA-241 and PS-93.

Score of people attended the meeting while the JUI’s leader and candidates addressed the public and urged to support JUI candidates in the general election.

JUI candidates for NA-241 Maulana Misbahul Alam and Akbar Shah Hashmi for PS-93 while addressing the people said that JUI would eliminate the inflation, extortion; target killing and drug mafia form the metropolis after coming in power. JUI candidates vowed to provide relief to people adding it is the need of hour that masses should support JUI for the prosperous Pakistan.

They further added that May 11 would be the JUI’s victory day and asked the people to vote JUI candidates in the upcoming polls for prosperous Pakistan.

They said that the JUI electoral symbol ‘Book’ was a mark of change and people could bring change by voting JUI candidates and reject the corrupt and dishonest rulers.

They urged the party 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.

JUI leaders, including Engineer Muhammad Saleem, Qari Noor Rahim, Maulana Abdul Majeed Syed, Qari Attaur Rehman and others were present on the occasion while JUI workers chanted slogans in favour of Islamic revolution.

Meanwhile JUI candidates Maulana Umer Siddique for PS-90 and NA-239 Dr Attaur Rehman addressed public meetings in Itehad Town and Baldia.

Earlier JUI Sindh information Secretary Aslam Ghori stated that JUI was the coalition partner of the 10-party alliance in Sindh but it was needed that the union of the party should be made strong despite sacrificing anyone. JUI will not tolerate any sort of discrimination and would not withdraw the candidates from the provincial constituencies and instructed its candidates to start election campaign.