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PSP motto is to struggle for the rights of oppressed: Mutafa Kamal

26 June, 2018

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KARACHI: Pak Sarzameen Party (PSP) chief Mustafa Kamal on Monday remarked that PSP is an ideology, a thought and a revolution. While expressing his views during an orientation session of the upcoming elections, he stressed that the party’s motto is to struggle for the rights of the oppressed.

Kamal asserted that PSP can help rid the country of the lingering crisis and issues.

PSP Chairman shed light over the party’s manifesto, asserting that it is to serve humanity, which the party aims to embed within its members and party workers.

Kamal claimed that PSP’s philosophy will be flourishing all across Pakistan like it is already doing so.

PSP chairman added that the party’s manifesto aims to work for provision of education, increased health and employment prospects as well as betterment of an effective economic system.

He added that PSP workers and members were state-centric rather than throne worshippers, claiming that PSP will succeed and bag Karachi as well as Sindh.

Furthermore, he vowed that PSP will work in the direction, taking Karachi back to its glory as one of the most developed part of the city and Sindh as a province.

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