Mustafa Kamal slammed Sindh govt for ignoring Karachi
KARACHI: Pak Sarzamin Party (PSP) Chairman Mustafa Kamal on Saturday slammed the Sindh government over the poor condition of the port city.
Speaking to the media in Karachi, he said the Pakistan People’s Party’s (PPP) government had been ignoring the citizen of Karachi.
“PPP has made Sindh its fiefdom, and the centre has left the city at the mercy of the Sindh government,” he said.
According to Kamal, the youth of Karachi were unable to secure jobs, and on the other hand, the PPP-led Sindh government was illegally appointing people on fake domiciles.
“Sindh government was biased towards the citizens of Karachi, and it wants to turn the city into dilapidated like Larkana and Thar,” the PSP leader claimed.
Criticising PPP’s decisions, Kamal accused the party of turning the Karachi Building Authority into a “Sindh Building Authority.”
“Sindh government is abusing the rights of the people of Karachi in enmity, said Kamal and pledged to stop the provincial government from continuing to do so.
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