KARACHI: Party leader Pak Sarzameen, Syed Mustafa Kamal said on Sunday that the country lacks “true democracy or pure dictatorship” as democracy leaders say turns out to be “the worst dictator” while dictators “ignore the scepter” when they “develop a fondness for democracy “.
He expressed this view when speaking with party members at meetings via video links.
“After the introduction of the 18th amendment to the constitution, the federation cannot provide resources directly to the district administration, because all monetary resources go directly to the chief minister,” Kamal said, adding that the chief minister acted like a dictator.
Even today, he said, there was an opportunity to announce the award of the Provincial Finance Commission (PFC) and launch it together with the National Finance Commission (NFC) award.
“The PFC award must be launched with the same formula applied to NFC because it is public money, not from any individual family. This is money that is legally obtained from people in all regions, “he said.
Supremo PSP swears that when government responsibility comes to his party “they would ideally transfer power and resources to the lowest administrative level”.
He said the country could not function in this situation because the government was not ready to listen to any solution.
“If the current system can’t solve my people’s problems, the system needs to be changed. We have to decide whether we want to save Pakistan or save the government, “said the PSP chief.
He said the authorities must seriously think that “now is the time to save Pakistan, not to save the government”.
He added: “We are not leaving our family and the big slots are for mere talks, we will fight against this fake system in our lives in Pakistan. We can solve the country’s problems, as we have proven in the past. Karachi ranks among the 12 fastest growing cities in the world in my tenure as mayor. “
Discussing the recent wave of terrorism in Karachi, he said the Indian RAW had formed a “consortium of the Mutahida Qaumi Movement, the Baloch Liberation Army, and Jeay Sindh groups because now Indian spy agents cannot find a single person from Karachi for terrorism” .
Speaking about the performance of the federal government, Kamal said those who could not even become members of the council had become federal ministers and “the result was that Pakistan and its people suffered because of their incompetence”.
He continued: “PTI has given the Karachi mandate to people who do not know about the environment in their constituency even after 22 months.”
Showing anger over the performance of the Pakistan People’s Party, Kamal said the ruling party in Sindh was “a biased and corrupt government that had given jobs based on false nepotism and domicile”.