Kammal to launch protest movement against government

Karachi: Chairman Pak Sarzameen Party (PSP) Mustafa Kammal has threatened the Sindh government that his party would launch anti-government protest movement if major problems of Karachi would not resolved by April 6.

While talking at the event of “foundation day” (Youme-e-Tasees) of PSP in Nistar Park Karachi; Kammal referred China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) just a futile. He stated, unless the major issues are not being resolved building corridors worth nothing.

He said, his party could not wait for 2018 elections if the issues of metropolitan city were not being fixed he would be forced to raise “Hukmaran Murdabad” slogan. He added that he or his party had never supported any Pakistan slogan and this step would be taken in critical condition.

Kammal also claimed that his party would won provincial elections in 2018 and would form the federal government after 2023 elections.

He stated that Pakistan was formed on the basis of “two-nation theory” but now there is a need of “one-nation theory.”

Chairman PSP slammed the government over its failure to provide quality education to children.

Pak Sarzameen Party was founded by former mayor Karachi Mustafa Kammal on March 23, 2016. The party celebrated its first Youm-e-Tasees on Thursday. Th newly formed party has gained wide acceptance and many ex-members of MQM joined him. He was once the highlighted member of the Muttahidda whose leadership also selected him as mayor of the city. He left MQM and alleged Altaf Hussain, the MQM’s founder, to be aided by India.