Anwar Maqsood urges Pakistanis to make their voices heard at the polls on February 8

Anwar Maqsood urges Pakistanis to make their voices heard at the polls on February 8

"It is our responsibility not to remain idle," Anwar Maqsood said.
Anwar Maqsood urges Pakistanis to make their voices heard at the polls on February 8

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30 Jan 2024

With election day drawing near, the anticipation and engagement has intensified for the crucial day on February 8, when the nation will cast their votes, aspiring for a new government amid a series of ongoing crises.

Renowned author Anwar Maqsood, celebrated for his satirical take on current politics, urged voters to actively participate in the upcoming polls and exercise their right to vote.

In a video message, he expressed, "On February 8, a day designated as a holiday, it is our responsibility not to remain idle. After spending so much time at home, 76 years to be exact, you have the right to shape the future by casting your vote for your preferred candidate. Personally, February 8 holds special significance for me as I live to witness the election. I encourage everyone to actively participate and come out to vote.”

With mixed emotions, the nation eagerly awaits the upcoming elections.

Over the past two years, the country has grappled with significant blows to both the economy and political affairs. The need for a cohesive leadership with a unified agenda has become paramount to navigate the nation out of the current challenges and uncertainties.

According to the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP), a staggering 22,711 candidates are vying for seats in the upcoming polls.

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