Karachi—Former Karachi mayor and leader of Pak Sarzameen Party Mustafa Kamal on Monday announced the induction of ex-Senator and Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) dissident Mohammad Ali Brohi into the party.
Brohi was also joined by several colleagues who had served as zonal members, zonal in-charges and sector in-charges, Mustafa Kamal said.
“There is no place in Sindh that they are not connected to,” Kamal said, highlighting their connection to the province, adding that there had been attempts to exacerbate the urban and rural divide in 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 said. “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.” Kamal also promised to set up more party offices across Karachi and other cities in Sindh, and announced the party will hold a rally on April 24.