Operation alone won’t resolve Balochistan issue: Kamal Inaugurates PSP office in Quetta
OUR CORRESPONDENT QUETTA—Pak Sarzameen Party chairman Syed Mustafa Kamal has said that operation alone won’t resolve the issue of Balochistan, adding that the recovery of mutilated bodies should come to an end. The PSP leader made these remarks on his maiden visit to Quetta, where he opened the party’s office.
“Neither mutilated bodies should be found nor should people go missing,” he said.
The former Karachi mayor stressed that military operation alone won’t resolve the problems being faced by the province. “I have not come here to become Prime Minister. I am here to convey my message and listen to others,” he said. Kamal emphasized the need to devolve power to the grass-roots institutions. “People expect everything from Prime Minister or Chief Minister. It is not their job to install sewerage systems,” he pointed out. “We will have to change the 70 years of outdated system to empower people and resolve their issues,” he said.
Earlier, Mustafa Kamal on Saturday reached the city along with party leaders and inaugurated a local PSP office here.
The PSP chief was accompanied by party leaders Anees Qaimkhani and Ashfaq Mangi and received a warm welcome by party workers. After inauguration of his party office in Quetta, he said that he was happy to visit Quetta.
He said that a party’s flag becomes reason for dispute, therefore, PSP has adopted the Pakistani flag to promote unity among people. The PSP chief said that political differences shouldn’t be turned into animosities. About the Panama Leaks, he said that people, who were dying of hunger, weren’t bothered by such issues.
“We have differences over race, colour and religion, which we need to resolve,” Kamal said.