People in Karachi are enraged, Mustafa Kamal

Mustafa Kamal is worried about Karachi's population of 30 million that was underestimated in the census

Karachi: Chairman Pak Sarzamin Party (PSP) Mustafa Kamal has said that Imran Khan’s federal government has failed, the people of Karachi are enraged, MQM Ministers must resign from their positions.

Talking to the media outside the NAB court, Chairman PSP Mustafa Kamal burst out and said that MQM is an agent, a businessman, doing false politics in the name of ‘Mohajir‘ (immigrants).

He said that Karachi’s population of 30 million was underestimated in the census, MQM Pakistan only gave dissenting notes and the federal cabinet approved the census.

Mustafa Kamal said that Pak Sarzamin Party will not allow anyone to do the injustice to the metropolis of Pakistan and will shortly announce a plan of action.

Chairman PSP said that Pakistan has never been so disappointed, Pakistanis have no hope from the government or the opposition, PIA headquarters is being shifted to Islamabad.

He said that the federal cabinet has recognized the census of Karachi, 7 million people of Karachi have been underestimated.

“Chief Justice of Pakistan also remarked that the population of Karachi is 35 million, there are more people in the voters’ list and not in the population,” he remarked.

Chairman PSP said that NAB references were sent against Nawaz Sharif and Maulana Fazlur Rehman.

He further lamented and told the government, “we are deprived of water, appropriate sewerage system, transport, employment, and providing us gas and electricity at high prices.”

“There is no reference against former mayor Wasim Akhtar, he is roaming around even after committing billions of corruptions.”

Mustafa Kamal said that whoever is conspiring against this city is conspiring against the country, all are sucking the blood of the country, all are looters.

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