KARACHI: After a debacle in the general elections, the Pak Sarzameen Party (PSP) on Sunday held a general workers session to assuage their supporters.
PSP chief Mustafa Kamal congratulated Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan on his election victory and urged him to solve the plethora of problems in Karachi.
“I think that Imran Khan would have won the same number of seats he received.. I would like to congratulate him on the election victory.
” I will like to urge him to give attention to Karachi’s problems,” he said.
Mustafa Kamal also told his supporters not be dejected by election outcome, and still continuing work for the next local government elections.
“Today I announce to start preparations for the next local bodies elections,” he said, adding that the people still support him.
Refusing to admit that the party was over, the PSP chief said his opponents do not know him and his party workers, and the election defeat has ignited a determination to work for the next election.
He urged to start preparations for the next elections, and said that he would revisit every street and corner again to carry his message.
The PSP had a disastrous show in the general elections and failed to win even a single seat. PSP chief Mustafa Kamal failed miserable in one National Assembly seat he was contesting from and two provincial assembly seats.
There are 21 seats in the National Assembly and 44 in the Sindh Assembly. PSP was dismally placed at fifth or sixth position in many constituencies.