The chances of Milli Muslim League making it to the assemblies appear dim. But that doesn’t worry them
"Whether our people win or not doesn’t really matter. We are in it for the long haul."
This quote is from a MML worker, the electoral wing of the banned Jamaat-ud-Dawa. The number of aspirants belonging to banned outfits competing in the July election is significantly large.
Why is this so?
To cite a Dawn report this morning:
Political commentators argue that banned outfits could not be in the electoral race without the backing of the powerful establishment.
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