People of Balochistan are forced to take dirty water, says PSP chief
QUETTA (92 News) – Pak Sarzameen Party (PSP) chairman Mustafa Kamal has said that the people of Balcohistan are forced to take dirty water.
Addressing the workers’ convention in Quetta on Friday, he said that 80 percent areas of Blaochistan are without electricity. “A majority of areas are without the gas supply,” he said.
The PSP chief said that mortality rate among the children is on the rise due to substandard food and water. “A party winning the elections 11 times in the name of Mohajirs has failed badly,” he said.
Mustafa Kamal asked the people to vote for him to end ethnic differences. “We had added billions of rupees to the national exchequer and had not looted a single rupee,” he claimed.
He urged the state to pardon the estranged people and bring them to national mainstream. “I congratulate the people who gave the estranged people flowers after getting weapons from them,” he observed.
The PSP chief requested the authorities to recover the missing people. He also demanded that Karachi-Quetta road should be made dual carriageway.
“Imran Khan had assumed the power in the name of the change, but inflation had increased since he assumed the power. The poor, not poverty, is being wiped out,” he said.
He said that the PSP representatives would resolve the problems of the people.