The Pak-Sarzameen party has announced it will hold a rally in Sohrab Goth on February 28 to demonstrate its strength in the city’s Pashtun community.
PSP chairman Syed Mustafa Kamal said on Wednesday the demonstration would reject ethnic hate politics and unite permanent residents from various ethnic communities.
“The PSP will thwart any evil tactics to create divisions and clashes among brothers from different ethnic backgrounds,” he said while addressing a press conference at Pakistan House, the party secretariat.
He claims the PSP has emerged as a stronger political force than the so-called winner of the 2018 general election. “People from all walks of life are joining PSP in large numbers on a regular basis.”
Kamal also announced the launch of a protest against the “controversial 2017 census” by blocking a main road in Liaquatabad on Friday. He said the prime minister could not solve the problem of the sixth national census carried out in 2017. “But he also must not miscalculate the population of Karachi. Let it be controversial, “said the PSP leader. “If it is not resolved, we will surround the Governor’s building and hold an action there. An accurate census is our generation’s business, ”he said.
He also criticized Prime Minister Imran Khan for “legitimizing political bribery” by distributing funds between the MNA and the MPA for sewerage. “Standing on a platform before becoming prime minister, Imran Khan, used to say that the MPA and MNA’s job is to make laws, and declare development funds as political bribes.”
Criticizing the Pakistan People’s Party for “ethnic hate politics”, Kamal said engaging in ethnic politics was easy, but he realized that the consequences of such politics were deadly and deadly. “PPP abuses the rights of Karachi and Hyderabad residents by closing the doors to jobs. PPP also oppressed Sindhi, from Larkana to Thar, ”he accused.
Kamal said the Sindh government did not hold a local government vote in the province, making excuses for the “2017 census results”. “We urge the Supreme Court to reject the Sindh government’s statement and pressure them to hold a local government vote without delay.”
More than 150,000 representatives of local bodies have been repatriated in the country, and the provincial government which has seized all power and resources is looking for an excuse not to hold elections, he said. In the press, Karachi Abdul Rehman Dawi businessman and his colleagues announced they were joining PSP.
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