GDA declares it will abstain from the presidential race

During a news conference, Pir Sadaruddin Shah Rashdi called for GDA employees to join the protest against alleged election tampering and declared support for the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI).

The GDA chairman said, “Our combined effort seeks to grant a mandate to the legitimate representatives of the people.”

The mandate belongs to someone and is being given to someone else, he added, adding that the results of the general elections in 2024 are still being tallied.

The GDA, according to Pir Sadaruddin Shah Rashdi, rejected the elections and will carry out its “peaceful” protest until it reached a logical conclusion.

“We will not stop protesting until the illegitimate government returns home.” The GDA leader said, “We have to safeguard the public’s votes.

It is important to note that the GDA was able to obtain two general seats in the Sindh Assembly, and that the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) has informed its single lawmaker regarding a reserved seat for women. In contrast, the party led by Pir Pagara said that its members of the Sindh Assembly will not swear an oath in protest.

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