PTI, GDA, and JI unite in protest against alleged election fraud

A new political alliance is taking shape in Sindh as the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), Grand Democratic Alliance (GDA), and Jamaat-e-Islami (JI) join forces to protest against the alleged electoral irregularities witnessed during the February 8 polls.

Syed Sadruddin Shah Rashidi, Chief Coordinator of GDA Sindh, convened a meeting at his residence where he hosted Haleem Adil Shaikh, President of PTI Sindh, and Hafiz Naeemur Rehman, Ameer of JI Karachi, among others.

Discussions centred on the prevailing political landscape and concerns over purported electoral malpractices during the recent general elections, fostering the groundwork for collaborative efforts. Following the deliberations, Sardar Abdul Rahim, Information Secretary of GDA, conveyed the collective decision to initiate a unified struggle.

Rashidi extended invitations to the leaders of both parties to attend the upcoming GDA meeting scheduled for February 23, setting the stage for broader coordination.

Amidst a backdrop of governmental and electoral commission disarray in the face of opposition pressure, the possibility of an abrupt announcement regarding the Sindh Assembly session for swearing-in was deliberated upon.

Consensus was reached among the leaders to mobilise party members and supporters for a vigorous protest across Sindh should such an announcement materialise. Plans for a definitive course of action will be finalised during the forthcoming meeting on February 23, following thorough consultations.

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