PSP to establish 12 protest camps in Karachi on third day of sit-in
KARACHI: Pak Sarzameen Party (PSP) to set up 12 protest camps at different places in the city today (Saturday) on third day of the sit-in outside Karachi Press Club (KPC), ARY News reported.
Expanding the protest perimeters, the PSP spokesperson, Iftikhar Alam, said that the protest camps would be established at Nipa Chawrangi, Numaish Chawrangi, Korangi, Star Gate, Liquatabad, UP Modh, Baldia Town, Regal Chowk, and Quaidabad by evening 5:00 pm.
“We are demanding the basic rights of the citizens peacefully and expect our demands to be met”, said party chairman Mustafa Kamal while stating the party would respond in a similar manner, the way government will act.
Last day, on second day of the protest, one more Muttahida Qaumi Movement-Pakistan (MQM-P)’s provincial legislator Irtiza Khalil Farooqui announced to join Mustafa Kamal led PSP.
Addressing a press conference yesterday, Kamal welcomed him and said that his party has come forward to raise its voice and concerns on the prevailing issues of the city by holding an unprecedented protest in which from common workers to party leaders were on road, demanding basic rights of the people.