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May 9, 2016
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RAW still providing funds to create unrest in Karachi: Mustafa Kamal

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May 9, 2016

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PSP leader demands sedition case against MQM chief; PML-N’s Syed Sultan Shah and MQM’s Farzand Ali Shah join Pak Sarzameen Party

SUKKUR: Pak Sarzameen Party chief Mustafa Kamal told a public meeting here on Sunday that RAW was still providing funds to create unrest in Karachi and demanded sedition case against the MQM chief.

He asked the MQM chief to let the people of Karachi live their lives freely, and that the people of Karachi wanted to get rid of RAW agents.Meanwhile, PML-N leader Syed Sultan Shah and MQM’s Farzand Ali Shah announced at the public meeting that they were joining the Pak Sarzameen Party.

Mustafa Kamal said that the MQM was still deceiving the innocent people of Karachi “in the name of separation”. He urged the people to not to beg to the rulers for their due rights but to resolve their own issues with wisdom.

Mustafa Kamal demanded democracy for all and not only for those sitting in Islamabad.He said that PSP was determined to eliminate hatred from the hearts of the people.Mustafa Kamal said that hospitals didn’t have medicines and teachers didn’t bother to go to schools while the people had to do without clean drinking water.

He said that his party after coming to power would empower the people by devolving power to the local levels.Mustafa Kamal said that Karachi used to be number one in literacy rate but now it was at 43 and Hyderabad from being a city with the second highest literacy rate in the country was now at 63.

He said that the MQM leader had been preaching violence for the last 30 years. He said that the PSP only wanted peace and that this soil had no more capacity to absorb the blood of the innocent people.

Mustafa Kamal said that even the graveyards of Thar had been filled to capacity because of famine and bad governance.He urged the people to give priority to love, peace and linguistic harmony.

Mustafa Kamal said he had not come to Sukkur to attack the office of any political party but he was there only to spread the message of love for a stable Pakistan. Anees Ahmed Advocate, Ashfaque Mangi and Dr Saghir Ahmed also addressed the public meeting and said that the people of Sukkur had proven that they wanted love and peace and that they were a very patriotic people.

They said that the people of Sukkur had always played an important role in politics and rendered huge sacrifices for restoration of democracy.They said, “We want a Pakistan that Jinnah had envisaged.”

Meanwhile, when the caravan of Mustafa Kamal was on its way to the house of Chohan, some MQM activists stoned his vehicle and his caravan. On the occasion a clash between the workers of the two parties erupted, but the police intervened and brought the situation under control before it could take any ugly turn.

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