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In connection with NA-249 by-elections, the electoral activities of the Pak Sarzameen Party are in full swing.


In this regard, PSP Chairman Syed Mustafa Kamal who is also the party candidate for the NA-249 slot has started a series of corner meetings at various neighborhoods of the constituency in which a large number of people are participating.

Addressing the corner meetings, he said that he had burned midnight oil to resolve the issues of Karachi in his Mayorship tenure and ranked Karachi among the 12 fastest growing cities in the world, but today Karachi is ranked 4th among the worst cities in the world.

Due to the incompetence and prejudice of the rulers, Karachi has turned into a garbage dump today.
Only the PSP has the solution to Karachi’s problems. Karachi was last developed by us. Neither  it was developed before us nor it will be developed by anyone other than us.

If anyone can build Karachi, it is only PSP. Even my worst enemy cannot accuse me of corruption.
He expressed these views while addressing a gathering of Chakwal community in Baldia Town, Sector 4A, Baldia Town, Afridi Colony, Swati community notables in UC-31 and public coordination campaign in Baldia Town, UC-33.

Members of the Central Executive Committee, National Council and District Keamari in-charge Humayun Usman Rajput were also present on the occasion.

Kamal said that he has held various positions from MPA to Senator. By the grace of God, our politics is like reverence. Our greatest achievement is to end the politics of hatred from country forever and to unite brother with each other.

PSP has become a major political party in Sindh, including Karachi. On this occasion, various communities and people announced their full support. In addition, Malik Nisar, in-charge and senior office bearer of PML-N’s NA-249 election campaign, and Bahadur Khan, a member of the Pakhtunkhwa Milli Awami Party, met separately with Syed Mustafa Kamal and announced to join PSP including their colleagues.

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