KARACHI: Taking a jab at rival Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM), Chairman Pak Sarzameen Party (PSP) Mustafa Kamal on Monday said that if his party is voted into power, he or his aides will not complain about lack of authority, ARY News reported.
“If we could not serve the masses, we would resign rather than crying on TV channels for authority,” he said while addressing at a membership camp in Kharadar, Karachi.
He expressed hope to change the destiny of the citizens of Sindh and Pakistan. He said the PSP’s roots were growing stronger, its offices were established all over the country and its message was spreading across Pakistan.
“We will contest election from all over the country and will pay more focus to Sindh,” he said.
Mustafa Kamal said membership campaign of the PSP was ongoing and over 80,000 people had so far become members of the party. He said those coming to the PSP had no greed.
He said his party was becoming a voice for voiceless.
The PSP chairman said their philosophy was to move forward without discrimination of race and colour.
“We have to keep the difference of ideology, but will not make them our enemy,” he said about the opposition parties.