Ali Zaidi said, we will challenge the postponement of the election in the court.
Tehreek-e-Insaf provincial president Sindh Ali Zaidi while addressing the workers in the local body election campaign said that the local body elections were scheduled to be held on July 24 but have been postponed.
He said, they ran away in fear of the municipal elections, we will strongly condemn the postponement of the municipal elections.
Ali Zaidi said that the workers of Tehreek-e-Insaf were fully prepared for the elections, but they ran away after seeing the failure of the elections.
Tehreek-e-Insaf provincial president Sindh Ali Zaidi also said that if we don’t get relief from the court, it doesn’t matter, we have more days, don’t worry we will eat their brains in 30 days while challenging. The election will be suspended in court
It may be noted that due to bad weather and Muharram, the Election Commission has postponed the second phase of local body elections in Karachi and Hyderabad.
In a meeting presided over by Chief Election Commissioner Sikandar Sultan Raja, the second phase of local body elections in Sindh and by-elections in NA 245 were postponed on the request of Chief Secretary Sindh.
The Election Commission spokesperson said that the second phase of local body elections will now be held on August 28, 2022, while polling for the postponed NA-245 will now be held on August 21, 2022.
The chief secretary requested postponement of the Sindh local elections due to heavy rains forecast in Karachi, while several deputy commissioners and returning officers in Sindh also reported waterlogging problems at polling stations.
The Election Commission of Sindh also sought a report from the Meteorological Department about the weather conditions, the Meteorological Department also sent a report of rain forecast on July 23, 24 and 25 to the Election Commission.
For the second phase of Sindh local body elections, 16 districts including Karachi and Hyderabad were scheduled to go to polls on July 24, while NA-245 Karachi by-polls were scheduled on July 27.
The spokesperson said the Election Commission had received hundreds of requests to hold local elections next month, after which decisions were taken based on reports from the provincial election commissioner, chief secretary Sindh, public requests and reports from the meteorological department.