Mustafa Kamal promotes party in Peshawar

Kamal said his party has set up offices in all seven divisions of Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa (K-P)


Izhar Ullah February 08, 2017
PHOTO: FILE

PESHAWAR: Pakistan Sarzamin Party Chairman Mustafa Kamal said his party aimed to decentralise various departments including health, education, and police to at least the union council levels for better delivery of services to the public.

Addressing a press conference at Peshawar Press club he said that it was a core agenda on the party’s manifesto to decentralise all the departments and resources among the provinces.

Flanked by his party’s provincial leadership, Kamal said his party has set up offices in all seven divisions of Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa (K-P) and aimed to unite Pakistanis.

“We have an organisational setup in all districts of Karachi, Punjab and Balochistan, and seven division of K-P under the Pakistani green flag,” he said, adding that the party will strive for the nation’s unity.

He further said that his party was not raising the issue nor speaking on Trump’s travel ban because there were several internal issues that the country was facing and needed to be resolved on a priority basis.

Lashing out at Altaf Hussain, he said that the Muttahida Quami Movement chief had confessed to have worked for India’s Research and Analysis Wing for 22 years.

“Altaf had asked me and other members to save him after the London police had found proofs of him working for RAW in the Imran Farooq murder case,” he claimed, adding that in 2013 he left the party in general interest of the Pakistani nation.

Published in The Express Tribune, February 8th, 2017.

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