KARACHI: Pakistan Sikh Council Chief Patron Sardar Ramesh Singh on Wednesday filed nomination papers for reserved minority seat for Sindh Meeting as an impartial candidate.
Singh claimed that no Sikh chief has taken half within the election from Karachi on reserved seat ever earlier than.
“Christians, Hindus and different minority group have been contesting elections earlier than. This time I’ve been chosen unanimously by the Sikhs to contest the polls,” he claimed.
Singh stated that he has not joined any political occasion but however expressed his hope that the Pakistan Peoples Social gathering will assist him within the contest.
The Sikh chief has expressed his reservations over their illustration within the newest census.
“Now we have been underrepresented within the census. The census has recorded 6,000 Sikhs dwelling within the nation, whereas the factual quantity is over 30,000,” he stated.
No Sikh chief has been elected for Sindh Meeting in Pakistan’s historical past up until now however Singh is hopeful that he would be the first to interrupt the glass ceiling by getting elected within the provincial legislative meeting to signify Sikhs and different minorities.
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