Govt-opposition brawl causing irreparable damage to state: Kamal

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Pak Sarzameen Party Chairman Mustafa Kamal on Friday said the opposition is trying to overthrow the federal government while the federation is trying to wipe out the opposition. There is no such thing as government and opposition in the country. “If the opposition is really committed to overthrow PTI led federal government, it should resign from the assemblies, the government will fall within an hour, but the PPP is enjoying the Sindh government and is also maintaining backdoor contacts with the ruling powers.” He said that accusing, defaming, blaming and maligning Pakistan’s institutions and their heads for the sake of the survival of their own politics is a huge conspiracy against Pakistan which will cause irreparable damage to the country. “Imran Khan is behaving more like a king rather than a democratic ruler because his egoistic nature prevents him from talking to the opposition.” Kamal slammed Nawaz Sharif for attending the PPP hosted APC which is the government in Sindh province, through such APC Nawaz Sharif wants to emerge as a pioneer of democracy and revolutionary leader. The ruler who has the huge bulk of finance and administrative powers in the country is none other than the Chief Minister of Sindh. Nawaz Sharif should’ve slammed PPP as to how it has destroyed Sindh right from Karachi to Kashmore. In Karachi alone, the capital of Sindh, 1.5 lac people have been bitten by stray dogs in a year. The green line bus project which was initiated by Nawaz Sharif government, is still without a single bus. Work on the K4 water project could not begin. When Nawaz was in the govt. he himself had handed over the Sindh province to the Peoples Party as a political mutual understanding, thereby consciously allowing the PPP led provincial govt. to loot and destroy entire Sindh, and let PML-N govt run in the federation the way it wanted to plundered the country. Local government is the first step to democracy, but the PPP is not ready to hold local government elections. Kamal said he has not heard a single word from any party in the APC regarding the local body elections.