Published in 23 January 2021 11:45 a.m.
Mustafa Kamal said Karachi’s population is more than thirty million.
KARACHI (Dunya News) – Pak Sarzameen (PSP) Party chairman Syed Mustafa Kamal said Saturday that Karachi will not remain silent over the controversial census and struggle at every level if the statistics are not improved.
Mustafa Kamal spoke to the media after appearing at the Karachi liability court and said the census could not be declared legal because Karachi’s population is more than thirty million. We are disappointed because the problems of the metropolis have not been resolved, he added.
“The Chief Justice of Pakistan himself said that Karachi’s population is more than 30 million and the National Database and Registration Authority (NADRA) said it had issued 24 million identity cards in the provincial capital.
“Not a single bus has been given to the city in 13 years. We remain tight-lipped as Karachi’s hospitals, universities and industries are demolished and turned into heaps of trash, but history will not forgive us if we don’t voice the issue of the census.
“The federal government is trying to save its allies. The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) did not send a single notification to parties such as the Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM). “
On the other hand, the Court of Accountability is conducting a trial in the case of illegal use of Clifton’s land because Mustafa Kamal and other suspects appear before him. The trial was adjourned until January 30 due to the absence of investigating officers and witnesses.