KARACHI: Chairman of Pak Sarzameen Party (PSP) Syed Mustafa Kamal has said that the youth of Karachi should be owned and accommodated so that they don’t become terrorists, ARY News reported.
He was addressing workers convention of his party here on Sunday.
Kamal said that nobody will be able to stop us if we are destined to do this work for the country.
He also said that the people should be accommodated after the targeted operation in Karachi, in order to refrain them from becoming terrorists.
The PSP leader stated that that his party will not deviate from the right path for success and avoiding failure.
He also said that people in Pakistan spend millions to become a senator. “I struck a deal of apparent loss and resigned from the Senate seat, he said.
Kamal said that streets in Karachi are dirty, patients cannot afford treatment in the city’s hospitals. “We cannot wait for 2018 for our basic issues to be resolved,” he added.
The PSP chairman stated, “We have not come here to remove those who were elected into parliaments. We will make them fulfill their responsibilities and whoever fails to do so, would have to go.”
He said that his party will not secure votes by telling lies.