HYDERABAD: Pak Sarzameen Party Chief Mustafa Kamal while making a reference to Muttahida Quami Movement-Pakistan said on Thursday that the party was a product of china-cutting, which took place on August 22.
The PSP chief was speaking to media in Hyderabad, where he said that a certain leader from the ruling Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz is in favour of the MQM-P. “They are in favour of people like Farooq Sattar, who are suitable for their rule,” said Kamal.
Kamal alleged that huge scandals of corruption were reported in the local government operations. “Those who were responsible for building infrastructure are holding rallies,” said the PSP chief, jibing at the MQM-P rally scheduled in Hyderabad on Dec 8.
On Sunday, Sattar had announced that the party would hold a rally at Hyderabad’s Akbari ground this Saturday. He lamented that the people of Sindh pay the most taxes, however, the residents are still being deprived of their resources.
Sattar had said that the upcoming rally in Hyderabad was of utmost importance, vowing that the party aimed to free the people pf the province from the feudal setup.