Mustafa Kamal calls party workers’ meeting to decide future action plan
KARACHI: Pak Sarzameen Party (PSP)’s sit-in outside the Karachi Press Club (KPC) entered its 10th day, the party chairman Mustafa Kamal has called the party workers’ meeting today to devise a future plan of action, ARY News reported.
On the 10th day of the sit-in, the PSP leadership still determined to continue its protest until the ‘just demands’, what party leadership has said time to time, not met.
A workers’ meeting has been called today to devise a future plan of action. Party Chairman Mustafa Kamal and Anees Qaimkhani will preside over the meeting.
Talking to media, Mustafa Kamal said that the PPP delegates had approached them for dialogue but talks remained inconclusive.
While Anees Qaimkhani underlined that if the provincial chief minister not willing to address the ‘civic issues’ then the party would adopt another route to see fulfillment of its demands.
Earlier this week, a delegation of Pakistan Peoples’ Party (PPP) met protesting PSP leaders outside the KPC for negotiations. However, Dr. Sagheer Ahmed of PSP apprised the media that talks were failed and the party would continue its protest sit-in.
Contrary to claims of Dr. Sagheer, the provincial transport minister Nasir Shah then looked optimistic and said that most of the demands were accepted while negotiations on few were underway.