PPP can’t make Sindh people its slaves, say PSP and ANP

The leaders of the Pak Sarzameen Party (PSP) and the National Awami Party (ANP) on Saturday criticized what they said as continued discrimination against some citizens of Sindh over the issuance of homes and Computerized National Identity Cards (CNIC) .

Both sides believed that the Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) could not make the residents of Sindh its slaves.

A PSP delegation led by its central leader Syed Hafeezuddin met with ANP leaders, including Sindh General Secretary Younas Bunariee, at the latter’s provincial headquarters to discuss the controversial local government law demolished by the PPP government. in the Sindh Assembly despite opposition from all the main opposition parties in the province.

Hafeezuddin said the PSP and the ANP held similar views against what he called a “black law” on the local government chapter in Sindh. He added that the PSP had opposed the controversial bill and condemned the reduced powers and authorities of the city government setups.

ANP’s Bunariee said all opposition parties had the same opinion on the bill recently passed by the local government, but were following their own course of action. “The opposition parties must first get on the same page so that they all fight together for an empowered system of local government which is necessary to solve the civic problems of the city,” he said. -he declares.

Earlier on Friday, PSP chief Syed Mustafa Kamal said it was high time people came out of their homes and oppose the perpetual tyranny of the PPP, as silence was no longer an option. “Silence on oppression is tantamount to supporting and strengthening the oppressor,” he said in a meeting with party officials from the Eastern District.

“The PPP will make it difficult for those who remain silent in oppression to survive. We believe that those who remain silent will have to suffer in this world and in the hereafter, ”Kamal said.

From Karachi to Kashmore, Sindh is a victim of democratic PPP terrorism, he said. “The PPP wants to make Sindh the personal dynasty of Asif Ali Zardari which will be thwarted with all Pakistani patriots.”

The PSP chairman said the Sindh LG Amendment Act 2021 was a conspiracy against Pakistan. “Such laws have not been passed by India in occupied Kashmir and by the British in the occupied subcontinent,” he said.

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