Karachi rally evident of people shunning politics of hate and violence: says PSP chief


HYDERABAD, Jan 07 (TNS): Pakistan Sarzameen Party Chief Mustafa Kamal has said that they have left behind the ideology of leaders who were spreading discrimination.

While addressing a convention of workers in Hyderabad, Kamal said that the supporters of Pakistan Sarzameen Party and large number of people proved in the Karachi rally on December 24 that they wanted peace in the city.

Mustafa Kamal further said that the people are tired with politics of guns and bullets, that’s why they have negated it and supported the PSP message of peace.

He said that corruption has damaged the foundation of society and people are suffering the most from it.

Mustafa Kamal hoped that his party will win in the upcoming elections from urban Sindh. A few days back, an MPA of the Sindh Assembly defected to PSP from Muttahida Qaumi Movement. Shiraz Waheed was elected from Korangi’s PS-123 constituency.

Mustafa Kamal had welcomed the lawmaker in his party at a press conference. During the media talk, the former Karachi mayor criticised the Sindh government over bad governance.

MQM suffered a major blow when Deputy Karachi Mayor Arshad Wohra joined PSP.