KARACHI – Pak Sarzameen Party chief Syed Mustafa Kamal thanked his supporters for making his Karachi rally a success.
Mustafa Kamal’s Pak Sarzameen birthday celebration held its first ever public rally this Sunday on the town’s sprawling Bagh-e-Jinnah park. As he had predicted, the rally used to be a good fortune and by way of night time, used to be swarming with other folks. The PSP leader took to his Twitter account and thanked his supporters for making the political amassing a good fortune.
“The first step towards democracy is the local governance,” he said while addressing to the PSP’s first-ever political rally held in Karachi’s Bagh-e-Jinnah. “We do not believe in democracy that only resides in the provincial and federal assemblies,” he said, and added that democracy should start at grass-root level, which will truly benefit the people. Local government bodies need to be introduced to empower the people at large, he said.
Don’t need democracy that resides only in power corridors of Islamabad
“We want the people to be NAB, we want the union councils answerable to their neighbourhoods,” said Kamal. “Ministers spending public funds in the name of development schemes is against the law and constitution of Pakistan and are used to steal public funds,” he said. “To build schools and mend sewage lines are not the work of assemblies. The MPAs are only responsible for making laws,” he added.