The Sind government plans to privatize the Karachi Water and Sewerage Commission (KWSB), and it should not be good for people, as they should not commercially run institutions like KWSB, which provide basic requirements.
Pak Sar Zamen Party (PSP) Chairman Syd Mustafa Kamal mentioned this during a press conference at the Pakistan Secretariat on Thursday.
He added that the results of K-Electric's privatization were in front of everyone, and the increase in claims and dozens of casualties as a result of electric shock after the rain was the result of the privatization of the power company.
He cited the threat of stray dogs in the city, saying that the Sind government relied on corrupt practices even if it bought poisons to slaughter dogs.
Kamal alleged that the authorities have mixed poison in Halwa [sweet] The stray dogs could not swallow because they were wandering on the streets and streets after eating hawa.
He blamed the corruption when the Sind government bought poisons, saying that "the city's municipality buys them to kill dogs."
He said that all three levels of government failed to pick up garbage in the city. He did not solve the rubbish problem by the local government, and then began clean driving that the federal government stepped in and did not achieve the desired result, after which the local government announced a month of self-cleaning, but the city was not cleaned.
Kamal had the view that the Karachi people had forgotten the rubbish problem, as uncontrolled stray dogs created a greater threat of rabies.
He insisted that the PSP had emerged as one of Pakistan's most powerful political forces, despite the fact that the parties that won the general election began to collapse in a year after a poll due to incompetence.
He betrayed the fact that people lost food due to desperate events caused by electrocution, rabies, garbage-borne diseases, dengue and AIDS, and that no class of government paid attention to the suffering of the poor.
At the press conference, President Anis Kaimkhani PSP and party parliamentary and central executive committee members attended, and Balochistan-based politician Mir Shams Mengal also joined the PSP with hundreds of supporters all year round, with the Balochistan Awami Party (BAP).
Kamal said that the PSP had nominated candidates in 60 percent of Balochistan's elections in the 2018 general election, which led to the extension of the party's organization to all regions of the province. The PSP chairman commented on the health of former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and said that Nawaz served three times as PM and should receive all necessary treatment.
For the opposition march against Islamabad, he said that the country was at a crossroads and could not afford any kind of anxiety. But he added that protests and protest culture were decided by Pakistan's Tehri-i-Insaf, which now has Pakistani power.
Kamal recalled the many unfulfilled promises of Prime Minister Lim Ran Khan to the Karachi people. During his first visit to Karachi after he became prime minister, PM was convinced that Karachi's problems would be solved and a computerized national ID card would be issued to Bengalis and Afghanistan. The PSP chairman asked how many Bengali or Afghans have been nationals.
He once said that Karachi doesn't have a master plan because nobody once said that Kamal created a master plan for the city in 2007. PM said he did not even talk to Prime Minister Sind. If PM and CM don't say anything, no matter how many construction packages are offered in the port city, Kamal said.
Kamal said billions of rupees were spent luxuriously on nothing in connection with the K-IV bulk water supply project.
He said corruption reached an unprecedented height in the first year of the Sind government and that all social sectors, including the business community, bureaucrats and journalists, were worried about inflation and unemployment.
Catal mentions the politics of the Mutataida Kaumi Movement (MQM), saying that the party still has the same demands as it did 30 years ago. “If you take out the newspaper in 1989, there are three demands. [of the MQM]He pointed out that for many years MQM-P's constant demand was permission to open the party's office, recover missing persons and provide funding. "The city's infrastructure is destructive, but MQM is busy with politics," he said.