GDA rejects election results, announces to vacate Sindh Assembly seats

GDA rejects election results, announces to vacate Sindh Assembly seats

The Grand Democratic Alliance (GDA) has announced to vacate two Sindh Assembly seats. Pir Pagara rejected the results and termed the election as anti-state, saying that when it has been decided to give Sindh People’s Party, these two seats should also be given to Zardari.

A meeting of GDA was held in Karachi after which Pir Pagara while talking to the media said that it was an anti-state election, it is not the work of returning officers but anyone else.

He said that a friend advised me to end GDA, I said I can’t end GDA.

He said that I was told to form an alliance with Mr. Zardari, the Functional League will get seats. It was said then that GDA has zero written in front of it, MQM has 15 in front of it.

Pir Pagara said that if we do not get respect and justice, we will protest peacefully.

Regarding the meeting of GDA leaders chaired by Pir Pagara in Karachi, Information Secretary GDA Sardar Abdul Rahim said that the post-election situation was considered in the meeting.

He said that the overall situation of Sindh is being discussed in the meeting.

Sardar Abdul Rahim said that Syed Sadruddin Shah, Syed Ghos Ali Shah, Ghulam Murtaza Jatoi, Safdar Abbasi, Liaqat Jatoi, Arbab Ghulam Rahim, Dr. Fahmida Mirza, Ayaz Latif Plajo, Dr. Zulfiqar Mirza and Irfanullah Marwat also participated in the meeting.

Pir Pagara Sibghatullah Shah Rashidi said that we will protest within the law, no one will stop the ambulance in our protest.

He also said that we will not take any charity seats.

Leader GDA Safdar Abbasi said that we will not allow the next government to run, we will continue protesting until transparent elections are held.


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