Army plans to install pro-jihad government in Pakistan: Nadeem Nusrat

Updated:4 months, 3 weeks ago IST

Washington D.C (USA), Jul 23 (ANI): The Voice of Karachi chairman Nadeem Nusrat said that recent actions of Pakistan’s military establishment have already cast serious doubts over the impartiality and transparency of the upcoming general election in Pakistan on July 25. The voice of Karachi chairman added that Pakistan’s military establishment has decided to make cricketer-turned-politician Imran Khan the next prime minister of the country. Nusrat asserted that the upcoming election is merely a farce, a stunt, an exercise at Pakistani tax-payers’ expense to make the next parliament dominated by religious extremists and jihadists. “In urban Sindh, Pakistani military agencies have been busy in blatant electoral engineering. Urban Sindh’s major political party, MQM, has been forcibly fragmented into many factions and its head-offices as well as all regional party offices have been demolished or sealed. Thousands of MQM workers have been killed or arrested or have gone missing after being arrested by paramilitary Rangers. Karachi’s population has been cut into half through manipulated census results and political constituencies have seen widespread gerrymandering to benefit the parties favored by military agencies”, Nusrat added. He urged the international community to not to remain silent to these actions and must not accept this election’s results without extreme scrutiny.

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