KARACHI: Mutahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) has demanded, through a public survey, to appoint Mustafa Kamal and Kunwar Naveed Jamil as temporary administrators of Karachi and Hyderabad, media reports.
The PPP’s Sindh Information Minister Sharjil Memon said while replying to MQM’s demand of Kamal and Kunwar’s appointments as temporary administrators that there is no room for such desires in the law.
Earlier yesterday, Altaf Hussain demanded for temporary appointments of Mustafa Kamal and Kunwar Naveed as administrator of Karachi and Hyderabad respectively to tackle rain caused problems in these cities.
The MQM conducted a public survey over party chief’s demand on social web site and MQM’s official web site on Sunday. Public participated in that survey over whelmingly.
Majority of the people liked this idea and approved appointments of Mustafa Kamal and Kunwar Naveed Jameel in the survey.
The MQM has issued results of the public survey and issued a statement about the people’s opinions, saying absence of local government system is base of public issues in Sindh.
Sindh Information Minister Sharjil Memon said in press conference on Sunday that there is no provision available in law for appointments of temporary administrators and it is likely that after the MQM, Jamat-e-Islami can also demand for appointment of Naimatullah Khan.