According to ARY News, PSP leaders Anees Qaimkhani and Ashfaq Mangi were also present during the inauguration ceremony.
Speaking to the media, Mustafa Kamal was of the view that leaders and politicians cannot resolve issues of a common Pakistani unless power and responsibilities trickle down at the grass-root level.
“Our very basic issues like water shortages and load-shedding, are decade old issues because we are not willing to change our system. We need to make our system work at any cost,” stressed Kamal.
Mustafa Kamal also added that outside Sindh, it was his first visit to any other province of the country.
“We have been already working in Punjab, the interior Sindh, and even Gilgit-Baltistan and now we have also a representation in Balochistan,” said Kamal.
Shedding light on his party manifesto he said that PSP wants to unite people across the country despite their political and religious differences.