KARACHI: Former Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) senator Dr Muhammed Ali Brohi on Monday joined former mayor Karachi and leader of Pak Sarzameen Party, Mustafa Kamal.
Kamal announced the induction of the MQM dissident into the party. “There is no place in Sindh that Brohi is not connected to. There had been made attempts to worsen the urban and rural divide in Sindh,” said Kamal.
He also said groups from all the zones of Sindh had joined their party. The persons who made people fight on the basis of school of thought, ethnicity, creed and race would not be allowed to join the party, Aaj News reported.
Former MQM leaders, sector in-charges and thousands of their supporters had joined and I congratulate all of them to join party of patriotism, said Kamal.
“These people have joined on the message that there would be nobody in Pakistan to make fight over any color, creed or race,” he said.
“We would stick to our personal separate beliefs and at the same time we would live with harmony, peace and love. We would have differences but we would not make enmity among ourselves on the basis of school of thought, religion, or race.”
Brohi alleged that in the past disharmony and hatred were created on the basis of language among Urdu, Sindhi, Balochi, Punjabi and Pashtun communities.
Brohi said, he along friends had decided to join PSP to promote brotherhood and the national spirit for the prosperity and development of the country.
He also invited other people also to join PSP for its best agenda.
Syed Mustafa Kamal said PSP warmly welcomed Brohi and that the party would not give weapon to any one but would strive for spread of quality education.
He said difference of opinion is a democratic right to every one but it should not turned into an enemy. We would not fight on the basis of a different political party or language.
PSP would be struggling to secure the future of the new generation, he pledged.