KARACHI   -   Jamaat-e-Islami on Saturday staged sit-in at 50 spots in the city over injustices being meted out to the Karachi including low count in population census, quota system and other issues. Speaking to protestors at various locations, JI Karachi Chief Hafiz Naeem-ur-Rehman urged upon the Sindh government to annul Local Body Act and announce holding of local body polls forthwith. He said, government should ensure return of billions of rupees of consumers and government institutions owing by K-Electric and also direct Sui Southern Gas Company to take concrete measures for smooth and uninterrupted natural gas supply to industrial, commercial and domestic consumers. He also emphasised the government transport department to make arrangements on war footings to bring on roads at least 1,000 buses to ease commuters’ public transport issues. He further asked government to chalk out a concerted plan for collection of waste through solid waste management, streamlining sewerage system, provision of smooth pipeline water, better health and public education facility and to also ensure sports facility to youth in city. Hafiz Naeem said that Pakistan Peoples’ Party and Muttahida Quami Movement had ruined infrastructure of Karachi and failed to initiate work on Greater Karachi Water Supply Scheme (K-IV) project.