KARACHI: Pakistan Muslim League-Fuctional (PML-F)’s leader Nawab Rashid Ali Khan on Sunday announced to join Pak Sarzameen Party (PSP), ARY News reported.
Addressing a press conference at Pakistan House in Karachi, Kamal termed the joining of Nawab Rashid Ali Khan as an auspicious moment by stating that more people from interior Sindh would join the party.
He said Rashid Khan was inspired by the PSP’s politics, hence he involuntarily joined the party without placing any condition for joining in the party.
“Those who were perturbed by closure of Shara-e-Faisal, must know the entire Sindh including Karachi will be shut on a PSP’s call”, Kamal said.
Joining in the conversation with media persons, Nawab Rashid Ali Khan said that he served PML-F for 27 years but the party could not deliver up to the expectations.
“I don’t want a seat in the National Assembly or the Senate but I wish to see a prosperous society”, he added.