Police used to force PSP workers to join PPP, Vohra says

On Friday evening, Party leadership Pak Sarzameen alleged that the provincial government of the Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) used the police to force its workers to change their loyalties.

Addressing a press conference at Pakistan House, PSP vice-chairman Arshad Vohra, who also served as deputy mayor of Karachi, said fake FIRs were being registered against PSP workers.

He demanded that the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court immediately take cognizance of the situation.

“Police salaries in Sindh are paid by the taxes of the Karachiis but the PPP, steeped in prejudice, oppresses the inhabitants of the metropolis,” Vohra said. He added that the PPP considered Sindh and its police to be the domain of Zardari’s personal dynasty. He went on to say that the PPP wanted to conquer Karachi through oppression after realizing that it could not win the hearts of the city’s residents.

Vohra warned the PPP to change tactics, otherwise people would fix it. “The PSP has made huge sacrifices for the peace of Karachi, but the PPP wants to once again sabotage the peace from Pakistan’s economic lifeline in order to perpetuate its dirty policy,” he said.

Due to bogus FIR, the people of Karachi were again provoked, the PSP chief said. “And all of this is happening at a time when the situation across the region is dire. “

Elaborating on the incident, PSP attorney general Hassan Sabir said a local PSP leader Faisal was campaigning in the region against the Gutka mafia, but he was arrested along with five others on Friday. in the region of Sohrab Goth; however, police claimed that the arrests were made in the Eidgah area.

Sabur added that similar bogus cases had also been recorded against PSP workers in Liaquatabad.

He said that when the PPP could not get the city’s mandate due to its prejudices, a policy was adopted to forcefully change the political loyalties of the PSP workers who were forced by the police to join the PPP. .

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