MQM, PSP work­ers clash, throw stones at Ka­mal’s con­voy

Pakistan Observer - - INTERNATIONAL -

SUKKUR— Pak Sarza­meen Party founder Mustafa Ka­mal and party leader Anees Qaimkhani vis­ited Sukkur on Sun­day and were warmly wel­comed by party work­ers who also placed wel­come ban­ners in the city to wel­come their lead­ers.

The ban­ners were placed on Band Road, Miani Road and other ar­eas the night be­fore the rally but these were torn by un­known peo­ple who also threw black ink over all panaflexes. The party work­ers were in­fu­ri­ated over this dis­pleas­ing act.

On the other hand, the party’s rally was ar­ranged near Shikarpur rail­way cross­ing where Ka­mal and other party lead­ers ad­dressed the rally. Key per­son­al­i­ties of Sukkur an­nounced their join­ing of PSP. Ad­dress­ing the rally Mustafa Ka­mal said that ev­ery leader wants to be­come Prime Min­is­ter but no one wants to solve the prob­lems of the pub­lic.

Fur­ther­more, clashes be­tween the work­ers of Mut­tahida Qaumi Movement and PSP work­ers took place at the end of the event. MQM work­ers chanted slo­gans against PSP. Police reached the area and dis­persed the en­raged work­ers of both par­ties.

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