Mir Sadiq Umrani talking to media

Naseer Ahmed Mastoi:

Former provincial minister and member of the central executive committee, Mir Muhammad Sadiq Umrani said that 70 percent of houses were destroyed due to the destruction of Naseerabad due to floods and rains.

How will the census be done? he questioned while talking to reporters here on Wednesday. How will the people be counted?

In the 2017 census, the population of Naseerabad is a little less than 5 lakh. If there are married couples, how many children will be born?

Mir Sadiq Umrani alleged that the low population has been shown under a well-thought-out plan, and teams have not been sent to the area despite being repeatedly pointed out.

He demanded that Chief Secretary Balochistan reconduct a transparent census, which is an important need of the hour, and he said that either the 2017 census is fake or the current census is fake, action should be taken against those who are negligent in such a national cause. Other PPPs will be forced to protest, he warned.

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