JI demands impartial and Neutral Caretakers in KP

March 13, 2013 Off By Web Desk

Peshawar: Provincial Amir of Jamat-e-Islami Professor Mohammad Ibrahim Khan has demanded for a neutral and impartial care taker government in the province which will not interfere in the election process rather ensure free and fair elections.

Professor Mohammad Ibrahim Khan has said that caretakers should have no role in the election process and the jobs should be left for the election commission. He said the job of caretaker set up is to show their complete neutrality so no one would raise finger against them.

Addressing a public meeting at Nowshera, JI provincial chief said Jamat-e-Islami has made full preparation for the coming election and in this connection a big public meeting will be organized on March 23 at Peshawar to formally launch election campaign of the party.

He said Jamat-e-Islami will win the election in the province to from government.

He said his party will control load shedding and will try to overcome the
growing unemployment in the province.

He said that ANPPPP coalition governments had gifted lawlessness, price hike and unemployment to the people of this land.

Professor said that PPP and ANP would face a historic defeat as people have seen their performance in the last five-year.

The meeting was also addressed by JI nominated candidate for PK 15 Merajuddin and Hajji Enayatur Rahman the nominated candidate for PK 16.