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Post-Election 2013 Discussion کیا کھویا کیا پایا - Br. Nasir Shirazi - Urdu

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Post-Election 2013 Discussion کیا کھویا کیا پایا - Br. Nasir Shirazi - Urdu
Brother Nasir Shirazi, Secretary Siyasiyat MWM was invited at Al-balagh studio to discuss election outcomes in Pakistan. MWM is a religio-political organization. Interview Date : May 2013
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MyTv

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Minute 4: This claim of being pioneer of Shia-Sunni unity in Pakistan does not carry any substance.\r\n\r\nMinute 9: Do you really not know the difference b/w INZIMAM and ALLIANCE or just commenting to downgrade other Shia brothers group? Irresponsible comments are counterproductive to Shia unity.\r\n\r\n


MyTv

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A party from Ahlul Sunnat called their election symbol of BOOK as BOOK of ALLAH (QURAN) and anyone who do not vote for it referred as opponent of QURAN; and a Shia party called their symbol of TENT as HUSSAINI KHAYAM. What is the difference? SHIA and SUNNI (sectarian) parties are UNITED in exploiting Muslims, which is actually prohibited.


SSMJ

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Last elections was a really good political exercise that every political force has to go through. There are many fruits that this participation will pay off - one of the biggest one in mind is that our scholars/political workers are able to reach out to common people throughout the country.


SSMJ

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When many of the pundits were predicting that Majlis will not get more than a few hundred votes and that too from just a few constituencies, securing two provincial seats in a pretty good start. No doubt that there is a long way to go. It will take serious efforts, committment and resources to attract voters - it won't and cannot happen overnight.


SSMJ

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@MyTv - agreed that we need more statistics to do a more in depth analysis. However, as brother Shirazi has mentioned, this is the first step - we had to start from somewhere.


MyTv

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Disappointed. I have expected to learn how many candidates contested and how many won or lost? A complete list of all candidates with seat numbers and number of votes obtained will help your audience understand what you are trying to say here brother.