KARACHI (NNI): Pak Sarzameen Party (PSP) founder Mustafa Kamal on Sunday refused to answer a question regarding former President Pervez Musharraf, simply saying ‘no comments’ while responding to the reporter.
Talking to media, Mustafa Kamal said that 18,000 workers were working with the party day in and day out while 48,000 more workers got them registered with the party only yesterday (Saturday). He said that he had set a target of 100,000 workers at the time of the founding of PSP.
Kamal said that his party was just a year and half old yet it was making parties lose sleep. He added that he did have his disagreements but there was no enmity with anyone and the doors for dialogue was always open. He said that his party aimed at resolving the issues faced by Karachi and Hyderabad.
“Our opponents first got confused and then converted. Confusion is the first step towards faith and confusion therefore is a positive signal”, he said.
However, he refused to comment on Pervez Musharraf’s statement.
The PSP chief said that he wouldn’t comment on Muttahida Qaumi Movement Pakistan (MQMP) leader Farooq Sattar’s mother but felt that it was unfair on Sattar’s part to bring her into politics. He said that Dr Farooq Sattar shouldn’t have done it but stuck with whatever he had said previously as well.
Responding to one question, PSP leader Anees Qaimkhani told the reporter to ask Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) chief Asif Ali Zardari should be told to see some dreams about his son Bilawal as well.