KARACHI: Pak Sarzameen Party chairman Syed Mustafa Kamal on Saturday called the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) government in Sindh a ‘democratic terrorist’ set-up that was ‘victimising’ the people of Karachi.

He also vowed that the PSP would challenge the PPP moves at every legal and democratic forum and would not allow the ruling party easy sailing.

“The PPP-led provincial government in Sindh is a democratic terrorist and Karachi is the worst victims of the PPP’s democratic terrorism,” he said while talking to reporters after leading a protest rally from Hasan Square to Federal Urdu University against the ‘bad’ governance of the PPP.

A number of people including women and children participated in the rally.

Carrying placards and chanting slogans against the Sindh government, they demanded the authorities for restoration of Karachi rights and empower the local government system.

“The way corruption is growing in the city is the extreme of misconduct. Files are being signed without building roads and all the money is being spent on corruption. The people of Karachi would prefer to die together while standing firm against the oppressors instead of dying one by one.”

Published in Dawn, November 28th, 2021

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