MQM’s MPA joins PSP; Kammal announces foundation day

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Karachi: Muttahdidda Qaumi Movement’s member of provincial assembly Sheikh Abdullah has joined Kammal’s Pak Sarzameen Party, welcomed by PSP chief during press conference.

Mustafa Kammal held press conference on Wednesday and welcomed Sheikh Abdullah the former MPA of MQM, who was along with PSP chief during media talk.

Kammal also announced to celebrate the foundation day of the party tomorrow in Nishtar Park Karachi.

PSP Chief said that he did not invite any one to join the party but people got impressed by him. “We never spoke lie which moves others towards us,” said Kammal, adding, several other members of Muttahidda were in contact with us.

The new member Sheikh Abdullah also talked to media representatives saying he joined the party as a worker and was not invited by someone.

Shiekh Abdullah stated that several others were willing to join the PSP.

Pak Sarzameen Party was founded by former mayor Karachi Mustafa Kammal on March 23, 2016. 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.

Kammal has gained wide acceptance and many ex-members of MQM joined him. The party is going to celebrate its first foundation day tomorrow.

 

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