KARACHI-Pak Sarzameen Party (PSP) Chairman Syed Mustafa Kamal on Monday demanded the ruling government to arrest Governor Sindh Dr Ishratul Ebad Khan as he is the worst face of politics in Karachi and it is the need of the hour that his name should be placed on Exit Control List (ECL) immediately.

Talking to the media men at the resident of PSP Leader Ashfaq Mangi in Gulishtan-e-Joher Karachi, Kamal for the first time turned his gun towards Dr Ishratul Ebad Khan who is the longest serving Governor of Sindh.

Accusing Governor Ebad, the PSP chairman said that Governor Sindh is the one who created the impression that PSP was backed by the establishment. Ebad mislead the people just because the PSP leadership refused to take his dictations and accept him as a leader. Governor Sindh offered to become patron-in-chief of PSP and upon refusal got Anees QaimKhani arrested, he added.

Kamal further alleged that the Governor Sindh had done nothing for the people of Karachi and Sindh however he was only seen inaugurating projects as his priority has been earning money. “Governor Sindh is commonly popular among the people as ‘Rishwatul Ebad’ for demanding bribes claimed Kamal adding that Ebad oxygenates all the evil forces including Altaf”. He said Governor is maintaining terms with MQM Chief Altaf Hussain and even congratulated Altaf after the London police dropped money laundering investigation. 

Alleging Governor Sindh involved in massive corruption, he said that Governor Ebad had bought properties in several foreign countries including Abu Dhabi and London while he also used to sent money from “China-Cutting and RAW” to MQM Chief Altaf Hussain. On the occasion, Kamal demanded that ruling government to arrest Governor Sindh and also placed his name on ECL immediately as Ebad is responsible for steering province in crisis.

Criticising MQM Chief Altaf Hussain, he claimed that the firing at PSP leader Mangi’s house was carried out on the behest of the MQM Chief. What Altaf Hussain did on August 22 was last nail in the coffin and end of the weapon policy that was used to threat the people in past, he added.

Meanwhile, the governor responding to Kamal‘s allegations has demanded PSP Chairman to bring forth evidence to corroborate his allegations. He said that allegation were baseless and false. Prime Minister has the authority to remove and appoint Governor while Kamal after facing failure in politics has become desperate, he added.

PSP leader’s house attacked

Unidentified armed motorcyclists reportedly opened fire at the house of Pak Sarzameen Party (PSP) leader Ashfaq Mangi in Gulistan-e-Jauhar on Monday.

Mangi while talking to the media claimed that the armed motorcyclists were behind the incident who attempted to kidnap his brother and opened fire over offering resistance. Former MPA associated with Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) allegedly involved in the training of MQM cadres from Indian spay agency RAW, left the MQM and joined PSP.

Gulistan-e-Jauhar SHO Chaudhry Shahid said that the police have initiated investigations to probe the case while no case has been registered as what the police said that they were waiting for the complainant to register a case.