Pak Sarzameen Party has finalized arrangements for protest sit-ins in case the Sindh government does not live up to the written agreement on the Local Government Amendment Act.
Syed Mustafa Kamal
March 24, 2022
KARACHI, February 24: Pak Sarzameen Party has finalized arrangements for protest sit-ins in case the Sindh government does not live up to the written agreement on the Local Government Amendment Act.
Chairman PSP Syed Mustafa Kamal has said that if Sindh government does not implement the signed agreement, PSP will stage sit-ins in various places, and the entire responsibility for the situation will fall on the Sindh government. Pak Sarzameen Party is fighting for the survival and development of Pakistan. He expressed these views while addressing a meeting of office bearers at District Central.
Syed Mustafa Kamal further said that for the last seventy years ethnic politics has not let Pakistan move towards development. Even now the people who are doing ethnic politics are the biggest enemies the nations. The people also have to stand with the right by distinguishing between right and wrong. He added that the negative effects of the recent global crises would also be felt on the Pakistani economy. The people who are already burdened with inflation cannot bear another storm of inflation. Poor economy, skyrocketing inflation and record-breaking unemployment pose a serious threat to law and order.
India has taken advantage of the current regional situation and activated its sleeper cells across the country and may commit any misadventure. PSP is an iron wall against all the enemies of the country.
*Central Information Department Pak Sarzameen Party*