Provincial chief ministers became dictators after 18th amendment, Mustafa Kamal

Komal FatimaWeb Editor

05th Dec, 2020. 11:17 am
Mustafa Kamal

Chairman Pak Sarzameen Party (PSP) Mustafa Kamal said that provincial chief ministers became dictators after the 18th amendment and there is no one to solve the provinces’ problems.

Addressing media, he said that the local body government system was destroyed and stressed that his party will force Sindh CM Syed Murad Ali Shah to transfer authority to lower levels.

The PSP chief said, “Democratic martial law is imposed in the country and democratic dictatorship in the local body system. Sindh CM has become an autocrat and is not handing overpower.

“Murad Ali Shah said delimitations cannot be completed. Prime Minister Imran Khan should announce municipal elections in the provinces. Provincial problems are being solved through the bureaucracy.”

Earlier, Mustafa Kamal has been indicted for abusing his authority as the mayor of Karachi in 2005.

As per the details, the Karachi Accountability Court has indicted the former mayor for allotting 98 plots to favor DG Builders in Sea View.

Kamal has been accused of allowing a private construction company to build a multi-storey building on the plots he allotted illegally. The land covers an area of 5,500 acres near Sea View.

NAB says that the land was leased out to hawkers and shopkeepers in 1980, then leased out to a private firm, DG Builders. This caused a loss of over Rs2.5 billion to the national exchequer.

The Court has summoned witnesses for the next hearing after the accused pleaded not guilty.

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