SUKKUR: Pak Sar Zameen Party (PSP) chief Mustafa Kamal has asserted on Monday that names of eight government members would soon be disclosed who knew about Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) chiefs funding by Indian intelligence agency.
While addressing a press conference in Sukkur, Kamal criticised the federal government for not taking action against the MQM leader even after reliable proofs against him. MQMs chief Altaf Hussain is alleged of receiving funding from Indian Research and Analysis Wing (RAW).
He said that entire province needs to wake up and take notice of the situation. MQMs leader deprived youth in Hyderabad and Karachi among other cities of education, he added.
Kamal stated that Indian agenda is to keep Pakistanis from progressing and taking leaps in education process.
He clarified that PSP did not lodge a case against MQMs workers who hurled stones at their motorcade on Sunday night in Sukkur but the government did. Kamal said that he among his followers do not have any grudge towards those who disagree with him but they would try to make the naysayers understand their stance.
The Pak Sar Zameen Party chief left for Ranipur after the press conference.
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