Kamal urges Sindhi scholars to raise voice against PPP’s bad governance

Staff Reporter

Pak Sarzameen Party Chairman Mustafa Kamal on Sunday expressed immense displeasure over the constant and complete silence of Sindhi intellectuals and politicians over the brutality and prejudice of PPP towards Karachi and Hyderabad. He expressed these views while addressing a meeting of Sindh Council at Pakistan House.

He said when PSP leadership could stand for truth on the face of tyranny, when the smallest punishment of speaking truth was death.

“We publicly declared our Sindhi brothers as the Ansaars to end the racial prejudice by standing in Larkana.

From the malnourished children dying in Thar to those falling prey to dog bites in Larkana and the prevailing ignorance in interior Sindh due to ghost schools and ghost teachers, the PSP raised its voice against every single oppression and in favor of every oppressed in the country.”

He added, “But I ask the intellectuals and politicians of Sindh especially the leaders of political parties and nationalities including Muslim League-Functional, Peer Pagara ,Arbab Ghulam Rahim, Jatois, Mehrs, Shirazis and GDA that why are they silent on PPP’s atrocities against Karachi and Hyderabad?

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