PSP rally part of struggle to get masses their rights: Anees Qaimkhani
KARACHI: President Pak Sarzameen Party (PSP) Anees Qaimkhani on Saturday said the public gathering set to be held tomorrow (Sunday) is not aimed at making Chairman PSP Mustafa Kamal prime minister of Pakistan, but is a part of struggle to get masses their legal rights, ARY News reported.
“People should give few hours of their lives for the public court,” he appealed from masses talking to his party activists while reviewing preparations for the rally at Tibet Center, Karachi.
The PSP president said his party would with people’s mandate force the rulers to resolve their issues.
He said people of Urdu-speaking community used to be considered learnt, aware and cultured, while the same are now being labeled as agents of Indian spy agency.
Qaimkhani said people had to sacrifice their perks and political seats to join PSP. He said people were inspired by PSP’s manifesto and that’s the reason that the party existed in every part of the world where Pakistanis were residing.