Jamaat-e-Islami Karachi General Secretary and candidate for PS-101, Naseem Siddiqui met with the people of different communities including Rajistani, Kashmiri, Hazarwal, Sawati and others in North Nazimabad Union Council-7 in connection with election campaign on Wednesday.

He urged the people to vote for ‘Tarazu’ on May 11 regardless of any cast, creed, language and community in order to bring Islamic revolution and make Pakistan a welfare state similar to Madina.

“Our aim is to impose rule of Allah and His last Prophet (Peace Be Upon Him) in the country, where everyone enjoys equal rights without any discrimination of cast, colour and creed,” he added. He further said that the anti-state elements had adopted divide and rule policy through which they can rule over Pakistan and its people. However, the people of the country can thwart their conspiracy through unity. “Now the time has come in which we all should elect a sincere and honest leadership by setting our differences aside,” he added.

Meanwhile, JI Karachi chief and candidate for NA-252, Hussain Mehanti said that the JI could provide honest and talented leadership to the country, adding the JI will free Pakistan from the World Bank’s clutches.

Mehanti expressed these views while addressing a meeting in connection with the election campaign at Al-Hamra Society here on Wednesday.

He said that the former rulers had spoiled the economy of the country by implementing the policies of IMF and World Bank while so-called war against terrorism had affected the financial budget of the people.

He further added that crime, extortion, target killing have been increased in the country, including Balochistan, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Karachi while the government stands helpless regarding the law and order situation.

JI candidate of P-116 Nasrullah Khan Shaji also spoke on the occasion and urged the people to support JI candidates to end the era of corruption in Pakistan.

Child ran over by train: A four-year-old girl died when Khushhal Khan Khattak Express train ran over her near Larkana.

Irum daughter of Tufail Ahmed Chandio was crossing the railway track near village Khuda Bakhsh Chandio in the limits of Baqapur Police Station, when the train approached there.

The driver applied emergency brakes but in vain. The baby sustained severe injuries and was rushed to Chandka Medical College Hospital Larkana where doctors pronounced her dead.

Police lodged a case and initiated probe.