Addressing the public meeting in Karachi’s Bagh-e-Jinnah on Sunday, Syed Mustafa Kamal said that they reject such democracy which does not give power to the people.
Kamal said, “The government, which cannot even provide clean water to its people, have no right to be called a democratic government.”
The PSP leader said that democracy should not be limited to just parliament and assemblies.
He also said that there should be no interference of parliamentarians in the developmental projects in the country. He added that they should only pass laws while sitting in assemblies.
“Government spends billions of rupees on development projects. Where does it all go,” he asked.
The ex-Karachi mayor went on to say that people from across the country are joining his party. He added that the whole world witnessed that there was no other flag except that of Pakistan.
The PSP leader said that the future generations will see how they fought against the ‘pharaohs’ of their time. “The party made history by staging such a successful public meeting in just 30 days,” Kamal said.
“Karachi used to be recognized as the city of educated people but it was being defamed for several years. The youngsters from the city are now being thought of as a target killer or an extortionist,” Kamal said.
A colorful fireworks display took place after Kamal the public meeting came to an end.
It should be noted that Kamal laid the foundation of Pak Sarzameen Party on 3rd March. On 13th March, he had announced that his party will organize its first public meeting in April.
Bagh-e-Jinnah was decorated with Pakistani flags whereas a 30 ft. long stage was set up for the occasion.
The party leaders had said that supporters from across the country were arriving for the rally whereas people from outside Pakistan will also be present for the public gathering.
The people present in the demonstration stated that they had seen a different side of the former Karachi mayor. The people attending the rally were mostly wearing green colored clothes and accessories to show their support for Pak Sarzameen Party.