Karachi, Pak Sarzameen Party (PSP) Chairman Mustafa Kamal has announced on Sunday to invite all stakeholders, including religious scholars, civil society and business community, to discuss 16 demands put forward by his party.
According to media reports, Mustafa Kamal stated this while taking to media after meeting with Mufti Naeem-ur-Rehman at Jamia Binoria in the S.I.T.E area.
Accompanying PSP leader Anees Qaimkhani, Kamal said that he has been peacefully struggling for the rights of the city’s residents for a year but has not “even hurled a stone at anyone”.
“The demands for which we have been protesting for 18 days are not for our personal interests, or for one particular group, or for our party; the demands, if met, will benefit a common citizen of Karachi,” he said.
Kamal claimed the mandate given by the people was traded for personal interests. He also criticised the Pakistan Peoples Party, saying the party was given a clean chit to do whatever it wanted in the city.