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PSP to go to any length to get legitimate rights of Karachi: Kamal

PSP to go to any length to get legitimate rights of Karachi: Kamal

KARACHI, January 9, 2020: Chairman Pak Sarzameen Party Syed Mustafa Kamal on Saturday said that PSP  will go to any length to  get due rights of the people of Karachi.

“If Karachiites continue to remain silent over the approval of controversial census results, the situation will get worse,” he said.

 The provincial government predominated by feudal lords, has remained a silent spectator because it is cognizant that the increase in Karachi’s seats would hurt them politically. By showing the low population of Karachi, the lack of development works of provincial government in Karachi is being justified.

With the accurate census of Karachi, Kamal said not only the suppressed people of Sindh will get rid of the feudal lords but also an economic revolution would take place.

Accurate census will also increase the income of Sindh and Pakistan from development works in Karachi. The whole of Pakistan will benefit from the economic developments.

He expressed these views while addressing a meeting of Karachi Division office bearers at Pakistan House. Party President Anis Kaim Khani, other members of the Central Executive Committee and National Council were also present on the occasion.

He further said that inaccurate census would only benefit anti-national elements and all patriotic Pakistanis would suffer the consequences.

The hollow slogans of PTI and MQM have been exposed in front of the people. On the one hand, the PTI government extended the unjust quota system for an indefinite period and now, on the other hand, it has taken hostile action against Karachi by principally approving the controversial census without taking into account the legitimate demands and reservations expressed by PSP and Karachiites.

 The MQM with  7 NA seats could have prevented the federal government from making cruel decisions but it stabbed the people of Karachi in the back.

The country has been facing numerous issues and even today if we do not set the right direction, we will not move towards progress,

Kamal said that knowledge of facts is necessary for setting the nation’s direction right but unfortunately  which is being ignored for personal vested interests,  and the national interests and security is being compromised, Kamal concluded.