Mustafa Kamal demands ‘immediate arrest’ of governor Sindh

KARACHI: Pak Sarzameen Party (PSP) leader Mustafa Kamal has accused Governor Sindh Dr. Ishratul Ibad of indulging in huge corruption and demanded his immediate arrest “to steer the province out of crisis”.  

“It’s the need of the hour to place governor’s name on ECL.”

Kamal, in his diatribe, went on to claim that Dr. Ishratul Ibad is commonly popular among some people as “Rishwatul Ibad” for demanding bribes.

He also accused the governor of creating an impression that PSP was backed by the establishment.

The ex-Karachi mayor alleged that Dr. Ishratul Ibad misled many people who wanted to join PSP, just because the party refused to take his dictations and accept him as leader. “It’s governor’s narrative given to media and our followers that PSP is enjoying the support of the establishment,” said Kamal while talking to reporters in Karachi.

He said governor had done nothing for the city and province. “He has done nothing than inaugurating projects. His priority has been earning money,” alleged Kamal.

He said governor had brought properties in several foreign countries including Abu Dhabi and London. “Our security is being withdrawn and activists are being arrested to weaken our resolve,” he claimed.

Kamal also fired broadsides at the MQM founder Altaf Hussain and accused him of threatening people with ‘weapon policy’.

“But we are thankful to God for all blessings, and we are taking all steps calculatedly,” he said. Kamal said what Altaf Hussain did on August 22 was a climax.

He said he realized he was wrong to follow the MQM founder for 25 years.

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