Former APMSO leaders, workers join Mustafa Kamal’s party

Ex-Karachi mayor targets MQM supremo Altaf Hussain for 'his anti-people politics'

News Desk April 11, 2016
Mustafa Kamal addresses a press conference in Karachi on Monday. PHOTO: PPI

Senior leaders of Muttahida Qaumi Movement’s student wing APMSO Muhammad Raza and Waheeduz Zaman along with several workers have joined Mustafa Kamal’s newly-launched Pak Sarzameen Party (PSP).

“We welcome APMSO’s senior leader Muhammad Raza and his workers into our party,” Kamal said while addressing a press conference at his residence in Karachi on Monday.

On the occasion, the former Karachi mayor targeted MQM supremo Altaf Hussain for 'his anti-people politics'.

“Altaf has been asking workers to create teams for assaulting political opponents and the poor people of Karachi,” he claimed.

MQM MPA Bilquis Mukhtar joins Mustafa Kamal's party

Kamal said the MQM chief was being aided by Nadeem Nusrat in breeding target killers.

He demanded the government to announce a rehabilitation package for those who have been 'misused' by the MQM.

Speaking to media, Raza backed Kamal’s claims, saying the PSP was following the right political path.

“Although, initially I faced resistance from my family members; now they are also convinced I am doing the right thing by supporting Mustafa Kamal,” he said.


Abdul manan khan | 6 years ago | Reply I want 2 join the pakserzameen party
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