Newly formed, Pak Sarzameem Party (PSP) has decided to embark on its road to maturity for which the party will be holding its first ever public rally on Sunday at Bagh-e-Jinnah, Karachi. Preparations have been finalised and last minute tweaks are being conducted. PSP founder and former Mayor Karachi, Mustafa Kamal, has appealed to the citizens to attend the rally in a show of support.
The party, symbolised by Pakistan’s national flag, has adorned the whole area with the emblem. A massive stage has been set and chairs placed across the park for the attendees.
Kamal monitored the preparations and also took part in the family festival that was arranged before the rally. Speaking on the occasion, Kamal stated that no one will be trained to kill from now on.
PSP leaders are full of vigor and are hoping that the rally proves to be a success.
The party has also prepared CD featuring 6 new anthems for today’s rally, with one song reserved especially for Kamal.
The anthems mainly signify the themes of patriotism while one song was prepared regarding Karachi’s volatile peace and stability situation. The song stresses on overcoming fear. Another song is a Ghazal which promises a new beginning.
This is the same avenue, last years, MQM has held a 'solidarity with Army day' and that too during the holy month of Ramzaan. Arrangements were made for some 40 thousand people but comparatively few attended. Even though, MQM had forced the Decorators and Caterers to arrange sitting arrangements and Iftar for tens of thousands. The decorators and caterers had no choice. Those coming to MK's meeting to-day are NOT asked at gun-point to attend. That is the difference.
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