Mustafa Kamal asks parties to remove ‘pharaohs’ like Altaf

Sindh govt failed to deliver in all sectors, claims PSP chairperson


Our Correspondent October 13, 2017
According to Mustafa Kamal, if one million people in Karachi started walking on a specific street on a specific day on his call, their problems will be resolved within a span of 20 minutes. PHOTO: EXPRESS

HYDERABAD: Pak Sarzameen Party (PSP) Chairperson Syed Mustafa Kamal has asked all political parties to purge the likes of Muttahida Qaumi Movement founder Altaf Hussain from their ranks.

"Altaf Hussain symbolises a pharaoh. We will have to eliminate [such kind of people] from all political parties," said Kamal as he spoke to the PSP supporters in Tando Allahyar district on Thursday.

Kamal and other PSP leaders have embarked on a week-long visit to different districts of southern Sindh. Not a long time ago, there were people in Pakistan who were willing to sacrifice their lives on Altaf's call, Kamal remarked. "But today we can't find people who can even take his name," he added.

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The PSP chairperson also blamed the Pakistan Peoples Party-led Sindh government for failing to deliver in every sphere of its responsibility. He counted unemployment, dilapidated urban infrastructure, poor health and education facilities, and sanitation problems as proof of the below-the-standard performance of the provincial government.

Kamal claimed that the PSP was uniting people of all provinces and ethnicities under its party flag with the aim of ending all forms of racial discrimination. He expressed hope that the PSP will emerge as a successful political party in the general elections of 2018.

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