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Former MQM lawmaker Muhammad Ali Brohi joins Mustafa Kamal’s ‘Pak Sarzameen Party’


In a press conference held by newly formed Pak Sarzameen Party’s leader Mustafa Kamal a latest addition in the party is being made. The former MQM senator Muhammad Ali Brohi along with his several colleagues, who had also been part of the MQM have joined Kamal’s ‘Pak Sarzameen Party’.


Mustafa Kamal while speaking about Brohi at the presser said, “There is no place in Sindh that they are not connected to,” PSP leader commented over this for showing Brohi’s devotion and connection with the people of Sindh.

“When we joined the MQM, we thought it would serve as a bridge for Urdu speaking and Sindhi people,” Muhammad Ali Brohi said. After a while it appeared as though the party was dividing the people, he added.


“The entire community was destroyed because of one central figure. Everyone in this country should be as one.”

“Our colleagues were given guns and our future generations have been ruined because of this.”

The former senator of MQM, who served from 2004 to 2009, told that after facing disappointment from policies of MQM, he along with his community decided to join hands with Mustafa Kamal.

While talking to the presser he further urged every community, especially Karchiites to join PSP for the sake of Pakistan.

Pakistan Sarzameen Party announced officially on March 23 has so far set two offices in Sindh, in Hyderabd and Mir Pur Khas. Further more the party leadership, Mustafa Kamal and Aness Qaimkhani  have also called for a rally on 24 April.

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