Kamal enters Malir, Jauhar as public contact campaign widens
KARACHI: Pak Sarzameen Party (PSP) leader Syed Mustafa Kamal on Monday arrived in Karachi’s Malir town and urged his supporters and people of locality to educate themselves and support right people, ARY News reported.
In a speech apparently directed at increasing tolerance among political workers, Kamal ordered his party workers not to misbehave with rival party men be it MQM, PSP or PTI workers.
“I have chosen this Pakistan flag for my party as it’s the flag of all Pakistanis and I don’t want you to fight with any Pakistani, no matter how he or she is different from you,” said the former Karachi mayor.
Kamal’s public contact campaign started last month from Korangi, a MQM stronghold.
Kamal, who announced the formation of his party after a press conference against Altaf Hussain back in March , went out to meet people on Korangi streets, addressed them and promised to solve all their issues if they choose his party to serve them.