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Kamal calls for a consensus-based social contract through grand national dialogue.

Kamal calls for a consensus-based social contract through grand national dialogue.

KARACHI, DEC 31: On the eve of New Year – 2021,  Pak Sarzameen Party Chairman Syed Mustafa Kamal insisted on the need of a new social contract through a consensus-based grand national dialogue to resolve chronic issues faced by the country.


Pakistan can no longer work under this current system, style of government, politics and partisan attitudes. Also the state will suffer irreparable loss if the rulers continue to hell bent upon pushing the existing system.


The government is not providing any welfare to the people while the opposition has no formula for solving the problems of the people.


For the first time in the history of Pakistan, the people are getting disappointed and losing faith not only in the government and the opposition but also state institutions.


The only way out of the quagmire is to start the new year in Pakistan with a new social agreement through the Grand National Dialogue. In which the government, the opposition, all political parties, the judiciary, the media, the army and the intelligence agencies come together and chalk out 10, 20 and 50 year milestones by adopting a reconciliation policy while the political parties in light of these national targets should evolve their election manifestos and strategies, then seek mandate from the people by presenting the same.


The current system has completely failed to solve even the basic public problems.


He expressed these views while talking to hundreds of youth of Pashtun community from Sohrab Goth who joined PSP.

He added that it would be better to reboot the entire system in order to avoid dreaded boot .

The PSP is the only political party in Pakistan that offers a workable solution to problems, instead of crying for powers and resources.


The nation has witnessed that there is no contradiction in our words and deeds and that is why today people are leaving the political parties of the Prime Minister, Chief Ministers and overwhelmingly joining the PSP.