Chairman of Pak Sarzameen Party (PSP), Mustafa Kamal has addressed the rally today (Sunday) at Bagh-e-Jinnah in Karachi.
At the beginning of his address, Mustafa Kamal criticized the present government and said Imran Khan still does not know how to run a country.
“This is the darkest period of history that the nation is disappointed with the rulers. Even after two and a half years, he is not convinced that he has become the ruler.”
He went on to say that,
“This has never happened in Pakistan. He is still running the government like an election campaign.”
The PSP chairman also highlighted how PDM rallies have not discussed anything about public issues.
“All the leaders had the same demand that they should become the rulers. People were called from the country, not a word was said on public issues,” said Mustafa Kamal.
The former Karachi mayor has referred to the present time as the “darkest period” of the country and said,
“This is the darkest period of history that the nation is disappointed with the rulers and the opposition.”
Mustafa Kamal also slammed Pakistan Peoples Party while addressing the crowd today and criticized how PPP has ruined Sindh, especially Karachi.
“Bilawal Sahib, you have never been a ruler. You have created problems from Karachi to Kashmore.”
He further said,
“PPP is talking about revolution, revolution will come against it.”
The PSP Chairman also highlighted how rulers have demolished Karachi by not providing water, gas, and other basic necessities.
“Rulers, you have not given a drop of water in 12 years. You haven’t given a bus in 12 years.”
Mustafa Kamal also talked about Karachi’s situation and said,
“Karachi has become the worst city in the world without water and sewerage. Now Karachi has been declared the worst transport city.”
It should be mentioned here that PSP founder Mustafa Kamal spoke to media on Saturday. He said that he will reveal to Karachi’s residents what their and Pakistan’s real issues at the rally. He was overseeing the arrangements at the ground.
“We [Karachi] don’t want a [financial] package, but our rights.”
He also said that people who will attend the rally will do so willingly and no one will be forced.