Several people from Rind tribe join PSP

The inclusion of several people from different areas will make the party active, says Tariq Tareen

Our Correspondent March 03, 2018

QUETTA: Several people belonging to the Rind tribe have joined Pak Sarzameen Party (PSP) under the leadership of Mir Khan Rind. Addressing a press conference on this occasion, the provincial organizer, Tariq Khan Tareen, deputy organizer, Tahir Shahwani and others said that “we need to support the national institutions” for peace which will pave the way for the province to progress.

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The leaders also said that the inclusion of a large number of people belonging to various ethnic parties into PSP is bound to make it more active. They said that the people have decided to reject the feudal system and launch a struggle from the platform of PSP for serving the province and taking it out of backwardness.

Mir Khan Rind, who joined the PSP, said that the party has raised the slogan of Pakistan by rejecting ethnicity. He also claimed that uniting every citizen speaking different languages will help bring national stability. He also said that by serving the public, they will spread the manifesto of the party across Balochistan.


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