MQM should part ways with govt and join PDM immediately: Mustafa Kamal

KARACHI: Pak Sarzameen Party (PSP) leader Mustafa Kamal has advised Muttahida Qaumi Movement-Pakistan (MQM-P) has announced to part ways with the government and join opposition parties.

While addressing a media conference in Karachi, Mustafa Kamal said that the incumbent government would collapse if MQM leaves the coalition. “PTI cannot afford to lose the support of two seats, but MQM would never leave as they know that government will send them into jails,” he said. The PSP leader further said that the results of the 2017 census have been rejected by everyone.

“The population of Karachi was counted wrong in the consensus. Everyone is saying that the population of Karachi is not less than 30 million but the government is trying to fool us. Nothing can be crueler than a fake census. Our genocide started with this fake census,” he added.

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Mustafa Kamal said that despite having a population of 30 million and enough resources, the problems of Karachi are not being solved. He further claimed that out of 250,000 jobs, not even a single one was granted to the residents of Karachi as employment opportunities were distributed to people with fake domiciles. 

Earlier, Mustafa Kamal had criticized the Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) and said, “None of the leaders of 11-party opposition spoke on the issues faced by the city during their Karachi rally.”