With government in greater national interest: Syed Mustafa Kamal
Chairman Pak Sarzameen Party (PSP) Syed Mustafa Kamal has said that his party are standing with government in greater national interest and Kashmir issue.
According to the details, while addressing media outside the accountability court, PSP chairman said that Modi has pushed Kashmir issue towards its resolution.
Mustafa Kamal also said that whole nation stands unite on Kashmir issue. Our unity is a strong message to the enemy. Modi’s actions have made Kashmir issue central to the world now.
While talking about the recent spell of rains in Karachi PSP chairman said that 46 people lost their lives and just two days of rain told the story of negligence and incompetence of provincial and city’s administration.
Mustafa Kamal further added that current government officials should be brought to court for justice over the situation of Karachi city. Today is sixth day of Eid still animal wastage can be seen on roads. Administration is not cleaning the city which will lead to health issues in the upcoming days.
In any civilized society government officials resign after such mal-administration. People offered funerals along with Eid prayers in this city. Government will never allow accountability against itself.
Karachi cannot be cleaned through campaigns. Someone must come out and play the role of mediator in order for Karachi to progress.
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