RAWALPINDI: Awami Muslim League (AML) chief, Shaikh Rasheed Ahmad, has unveiled his party’s strategy for upcoming local bodies’ election by forming coalition with the Rasool Bux Palijo-led Awami Tehreek (AT).
Shaikh Rasheed Ahmed announced political collaboration with Awami Tehreek, a left-wing, pro-Communist and progressive also known as Sindhi Awami Tehreek, for upcoming local bodies’ poll in coming months.
The announcement was made after the AML’s chief meeting with prominent leaders of AT.
Rasheed said that both political parties joined hands for the Pakistanis rights for unemployment and privatisation.
Another predication made by the AML top leader, said that law and order situation will be worsen in next two to three months.
It should be mentioned the provincial government of Sindh provided the date for the election on November 27 while the Balochistan and Punjab confirmed for December 7.
Moreover, the three provincial governments including Sindh, Balochistan and they Khyber Pakhtunkhwa had announced to organise the party based election except the Punjab province.