Tuesday, January 31, 2023

Rate of corruption increased in country, says Mustafa Kamal

Rate of corruption increased in country, says Mustafa Kamal
KARACHI (92 News) – Pak Sarzameen Party (PSP) Chairman Mustafa Kamal on Sunday termed that the rate of corruption has increased in the country. Speaking to the journalists, criticizing the current government, the PSP chairman said that the corruption report emerged during the process of implementation of justice in the country. Mustafa Kamal also mentioned that the country is badly suffering from mismanagement of the government and the rate of corruption increased due to the accountability. “Prime Minister (PM) should stop the name of corruption for decreasing the rate of corruption,” he added. The PSP chairman advised the prime minister to stop only blaming corruption for the destruction of Pakistan. Lashing out at inflation, unemployment and other problems, he said that the ruler termed the state as ‘Madina State’. “Today the people are compelled to beg money from the charity institutions,” he added. Mustafa Kama also said that the shortage of flour was emerged due to the export. “The citizens are facing troubles in many issues including electricity, gas and water. The people were being bitten by the dogs,” he added. Earlier, the PSP chairman severely criticized the federal and Sindh government, saying death is ruling Thar. Addressing a public meeting in the hub of PPP, he questioned whether the government of those mentioning the state of Madina ends in Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. He said that no one could divide Sindh in his presence. “People should give me the vote and I will bring the change in a single day,” he maintained. Mustafa Kamal said that he firmly state that they would succeed. “The bread will be available in the country and there will be no need to beg for it,” he added. He said that the PSP ends the politics of hatred from today. “I and my colleagues spoke the truth when death was the punishment for speaking the truth in Karachi,” he said. The PSP chief said that they had not taken a U-turn because it is hypocrisy.