KARACHI: Chairman Pak Sarzameen Party Mustafa Kamal announced on Thursday, if major issues of Karachi are not resolved by April 6, his party would launch protest movement against Sindh govt, Aaj News reported.
Speaking at his party`s first Youm-e-Tasees, Kamal said that to save the country which was founded on two-nation theory, a single ideology is needed today. While giving reference of China Pakistan Economic Corridor, he said that until and unless major mass issues are not resolved there is no utility of making corridors.
He alleged the government of not spending million of rupees on the programs of health and education in Karachi.
Kamal said that the party cannot wait till 2018 election, his party has never supported any anti-Pakistan slogan but if the issues of the Karachi will not resolve then they would be forced to raise ‘Hukamran Murdabad’ slogan.
His party would make government in centre after 2023 elections as well as his party will sweep the provincial elections of 2018, Kamal claimed.