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KARACHI: Six officials of Muttahida Qaumi Movement Pakistan and three persons-in-charge of sectors and joint sectors have joined Pak Sarzameen Party on Sunday.

Mustafa Kamal, chief of the political organisation made the announcement while addressing a press conference in the metropolis.

He said that the party was approaching other persons to pledge affiliation besides the nine former appointees of MQM. Kamal said that he pays tribute to all the people who work for the political organisation. He congratulated the people for a successful rally earlier last week.

He claimed that a ‘flood of people’ would soon join Pak Sarzameen Party. At least 64 representatives of different political parties have joined PSP, he said besides the nine officials of MQM Pakistan.

15 representatives of Sunni Tehreek, 14 of Pakistan People’s Party and six of Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz have joined Pak Sarzameen Party, he said while urging the government to take PSP’s statements seriously.

Kamal vowed that power would be transferred to the grassroots once the party comes to power.

PSP chief warned that there are 26 days left until deadline given to Government of Sindh to meets party’s demands expires. He demanded of the authorities to conduct a free and fair consensus.

While talking about the founder of Muttahida Qaumi Movement, he said that the federal government has lost legal case against him. He lambasted Indian government for alleging Pakistan of sponsoring terror when its agencies have been caught red-handed through cases against MQM founder.