KARACHI: Pak Sar Zameen Party (PSP) leader Mustafa Kamal said that April 24 public meeting will bring a major change in the current dynamics of Karachi’s politics , Aaj News reported.
Kamal was addressing the attendants at an event organized by Hindu community at a private hotel in Karachi.
He said that public should participate in large numbers in 24th April’s public meeting. He added that the dynamics of Karachi’s politics will undergo a big change after the procession.
On the occasion, former Nazim Islam Kot publicly declared joining Kamal’s newly formed party along with his comrades.
The ex-MQM leader rocked the political arena with startling revelations against MQM and its chief Altaf Hussain in his presser on March 3, accusing Mr. Hussain of various wrongdoings and violent approach to keep control of Karachi.
Kamal — who won wide support as mayor of Karachi from 2005 to 2010 for his efforts to ease traffic and improve public services — accused Altaf of working for India’s premier spy agency, the Research and Analysis Wing (RAW), destroying two generations of Mohajirs (Urdu-speaking people) and issuing threats under the influence of alcohol.