Farooq Sattar files petition to constitution census block as per rise in population

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Muttahida Qaumi Movement-Pakistan’s (MQM-P) Chairman Farooq Sattar on Monday filed a petition in Supreme Court’s (SC) Karachi Registry regarding the constitution of census blocks in accordance with the rising population.

Per details, the petition emphaises on annulling the current census blocks and conduct census under the supervision of Army. It further reads that Karachi’s population has increased significantly since 1998 but is being under-told.

“The population of Sindh is being wrongly showed lesser than it actually is. A plan has been made to show less the population of Karachi, Hyderabad and Mirpurkhas,” Sattar said while accusing eth Sindh government.

He added that people of Sindh were being deprived of their fundamental rights and are facing difficulties in finding jobs due to wrong population count on paper.

The census to be conducted in 2017 will be held after a gap of 19 years and will engage 91,000 civilian enumerators along with 200,000 army personnel.

Muttahida Qaumi Movement-Pakistan’s (MQM-P) Chairman Farooq Sattar on Monday filed a petition in Supreme Court’s (SC) Karachi Registry regarding the constitution of census blocks in accordance with the rising population.

Per details, the petition emphaises on annulling the current census blocks and conduct census under the supervision of Army. It further reads that Karachi’s population has increased significantly since 1998 but is being under-told.

“The population of Sindh is being wrongly showed lesser than it actually is. A plan has been made to show less the population of Karachi, Hyderabad and Mirpurkhas,” Sattar said while accusing eth Sindh government.

He added that people of Sindh were being deprived of their fundamental rights and are facing difficulties in finding jobs due to wrong population count on paper.

The census to be conducted in 2017 will be held after a gap of 19 years and will engage 91,000 civilian enumerators along with 200,000 army personnel.

The census to be conducted in 2017 will be held after a gap of 19 years and will engage 91,000 civilian enumerators along with 200,000 army personnel.

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