KARACHI: Chairman Pak Sarzameen Party (PSP) Mustafa Kamal on Monday announced to visit Azad Jammu and Kashmir for three days, from August 27 to 29, to express solidarity with the residents of Indian occupied Jammu and Kashmir.
“Pakistani army did not comprise of 0.8 million military personnel, but 22 crore Pakistanis,” Mustafa Kamal said while addressing a press conference in Karachi.
On behalf of all PSP members, he extend every support to Kashmiris and said they would be present physically as well when need be.
The chairman PSP said they would shed even last drop of their blood for this ‘land of the pure’. “From Karachi to Kashmir, every Pakistani stands with the people of Indian occupied Kashmir,” he said.
He supported Prime Minister Imran Khan’s stance of no more talking with India as, he believed, India took it as Pakistan’s weakness.
Mustafa Kamal said, “The world would not help us for we are right, but we will have to become the world’s need.
“We should go to any extent against oppressors.”
He said the PSP fought Kashmir’s fight in Karachi. Whenever Kashmir issue arose bloodshed in the name of sectarianism and ethnicity was triggered in the megalopolis, he added.
Referring to his rival party which has been disintegrated into several parts, he said they would compare Karachi to occupied Kashmir by terming it ‘occupied Karachi’.
The former Karachi mayor vowed to clean Karachi in three months within the funds and resources available with the local government departments currently, provided that, he was given a chance.
He said those who said cleanliness in Karachi was not possible in the funds and resources currently held by them they should be placed on the Exit Control List and put into jail.
Mustafa Kamal on August 21 held Mayor Karachi Waseem Akhtar responsible for filth in Karachi.
He had demanded from the government to place Waseem Akhtar’s name on the Exit Control List (ECL) so that he could not flee and be held accountable. He had blamed the incumbent mayor of money embezzlement and said huge amount of money could be recovered from him, if probe was held.