PSP to organize march to CM House against local government law on January 20

Pak Sarzameen Party (PSP) Chairman Syed Mustafa Kamal announced that his party will hold a march against the Local Government (Amendment) Law on Sunday, January 30, 2022, from the Tibet Center to the Chief Minister’s House.

“There will be no more speeches. Now either we will stay or the corrupt tyrants and fanatic leaders of Sindh, ”Kamal said, addressing a general assembly of workers at Noor Ground, PECHS.

He said the chief minister could not hear their voices from afar, so the PSP would go straight to the door of CM House and only come back after securing the rights of the Sindh people.

He alleged that the chairman of the Pakistan People’s Party, Bilawal Bhutto, wanted to break up the country like its elders. “In the city, those who created divisions and clashes between brothers have been eliminated, so today Mustafa Kamal is not alone but millions of Mustafa Kamals are there.”

The PSP leader said the party’s march on January 30 would be a prelude to revolution across Pakistan. “The people of Karachi will now have to fight not only for themselves but also for the children, mothers, daughters, sisters and young people of Sindh. “

The war against the oppressive and fanatic rulers of Sindh would begin in Karachi, the capital of Sindh, he announced. On January 30, all of Karachi are to come together at the Tibet Center not only for themselves but for all, he said. “Now it is up to us to decide whether our children will die in Bilawal Zardari slavery or live a life of honor. We accept the death of honor, not the life of slavery.

Kamal argued that the new law on local government was not the problem of any particular sect, nationality or community, but the problem of all human beings. He said the PSP supporters were patriotic and law-abiding people, and they would not do anything that would give the PPP a chance to spoil their struggle.