PSP to launch movement against Sindh, federal govt


SUKKUR: Addressing a press conference on Friday, Pak Sarzameen Party (PSP) leaders bashed opponents while party leader Ashfaq Mangi said that he left Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) due to its anti-state policies.


He said that those who took funds tried to destabilise the country and the very elements were the reason many young men lost their lives in the name of ethnicity while MQM leaders were busy doing politics.

PSP leader also stated that it was necessary to eliminate inflation and unavailability of basic facilities.

The party would launch a public movement against Sindh and federal government if the both the entities failed to progress towards the right direction, Mangi said.