KARACHI (Web Desk) – The Pak Sarzemeen Party (PSP) has announced it will open its first office in Punjab on Saturday.
Addressing a press conference on Friday, PSP leader Raza Haroon said he along with Iftikhar Randhawa would go to Lahore to open PSP’s office at Airport Road.
“We have received huge response from Lahore, where people want to join our cause,” the Samaa TV reported quoting Haroon as saying.
“A PSP delegation would also visit Balochistan to mobilize support for the party”, Raza added.
“We will build party’s basic organizational structure in Balochistan from Quetta,” he said, adding that PSP would also launch political activities in Sukkur.
The PSP was founded by MQM dissidents led by former Karachi mayor Mustafa Kamal and Anis Qaimkhani.
Later on, MQM leaders Anis Advocate, Dr Saghir Ahmed, Bilquis Mukhtar and Iftikhar Alam and PTI leader Hafeez ud Din joined the dissident members of Muttahida Qaumi Movement.