KARACHI: Former MQM senator Muhammad Ali Brohi announced on Monday to join Pak Sarzameen party of Syed Mustafa Kamal.
Addressing a press conference at his DHA residence here today, Mustafa Kamal welcomed Brohi and his fellows to the newly-formed party. “Today, the people of Sindh have joined our party,” he said.
“Today, members of the MQM’s Sindh Zonal Committee have joined Pak Sarzameen party. Former sector in-charges and thousands of activists have joined us in this journey of patriotism.”
“Sindhis, Balochis, Pashto-speaking and Urdu-speaking people have joined us…it is in the interest of Pakistanis,” said Brohi.
Brohi said that his fellows have decided to join the party because they could no longer see “brother being turned against brother”.
“We saw that our brothers were handed guns. They were tainted with the tag of ‘RAW agent’,” said Brohi.
Kamal said that the scheduled Pak Sarzameen rally in Karachi on April 24 would be “a turning point for Pakistan”.