KARACHI: Pak Sarzameen Party and Pakistan Muslim League-Functional share a similar ideology and think along similar lines, PSP chief Mustafa Kamal said on Monday.
Kamal was addressing the media in Karachi, along with leaders of PML-F.
During his address, PML-F chief Pir Sadaruddin Shah Rashidi said they were collaborating with PSP, not for the sake of politics, but to work together for the province.
“Mustafa Kamal has a good record,” Rashidi said. “We want to [join hands to] serve the public.”
Rashidi further added that a “grand alliance against the PPP should be formed”
He added they have spoken regarding a working relationship. “Seat and relationship are matters that would be discussed later.”
While talking to the media, Kamal said there is instability everywhere in Sindh – from Karachi to Kashmore. He added people do not have food to eat and potable water. “But people of Sindh are our brothers.”
Earlier, Kamal said that the self-exiled chief of the Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) was an absconder.
He had claimed that many members of other parties have joined the PSP, which is a sign of PSP’s ‘fast-paced progress.’