Karachi Needs Saviour

Karachi is the largest city of Pakistan and its people are facing many issues due to the lack of proper local governance.

The local government elections in Karachi have been postponed for a long time, due to some political engineering by the Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) and the Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM).

This has created a vacuum in the local governance of the city, leading to various problems like water and gas shortage, bad living standards, garbage and roads issues, unemployment, job crisis, snatching and target killing, robberies, and an overall sense of insecurity in the city.

The people of Karachi are suffering due to this political maneuvering and have requested the government to resolve the issue and hold local government elections as soon as possible.

With a population of over 18 million people, Karachi is the economic engine of Pakistan and needs proper local governance to take it forward.

Elections on 15th January – Election Commission

It is important to hold the Karachi local government elections in order to ensure proper management of local affairs, thus improving the quality of life of the people living in the city.

Local government elections will help in devolving powers to the people of Karachi and ensure that their basic needs are met.

It will also help to bring about transparency and accountability in the local government and bring about a much-needed change in the city.

Therefore, it is important for the government of Pakistan to ensure that Karachi local government elections are held as soon as possible.

This is the only way to ensure that the people of Karachi are able to enjoy the benefits of proper local governance and have access to basic amenities.

It is time to let the people of Karachi decide who leads them and what is best for their city.

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