Qaimkhani says PSP to emerge biggest political force of Hyderabad
HYDERABAD: President Pak Sarzameen Party (PSP) Anees Qaimkhani on Saturday said PSP was going to emerge as the biggest political force of Hyderabad with flocks of people joining the party, ARY News reported.
He also announced date for Hyderabad workers convention and said people’s participation on November 25 in the convention would prove that the city belongs to PSP.
“People from different political parties are joining our party which shows that we will emerge as a biggest party of Pakistan,” he said while addressing a press conference flanked by Secretary General PSP Raza Haroon, Vice Chairman PSP Waseem Aftab, Vice Chairman PSP Iftikhar Randhawa and Member National Assembly Asif Memon.
Over 300 people from different political parties announced their allegiance with PSP on this occasion.
Qaimkhani said the newly joining people would fortify his party and promote the cause of patriotism.
He said Karachi’s worker convention was a successful event with 10, 000 workers’ participation.
He also spoke about the civic issues being faced by general masses in Karachi, Hyderabad and other cities of the province.