Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf (PTI) member of provincial assembly (MPA) from Sindh, Syed Hafeez Uddin has announced to join Pak Sarzameen Party (PSP).
The PTI dissident Syed Hafeez Uddin addressing to a presser at Bagh-e-Jinnah with the PSP leaders said that he joined Pakistan Muslim League-N (PML-) and later the PTI to solve problems of Karachi but both the parties disappointed him adding that the PTI chairman Imran Khan is surrounded by immature persons.
Hafeez Uddin said that “our path is to bring change from Khyber to Sindh and it is not only limited to Punjab.” He said that he discussed all problems and matters with Mustafa Kamal and the country destiny will be changed with Kamal’s determination.
Former PTI leader said that it is not bad thing to talk of Urdu speakers adding that Karachi’s local body’s rights sometime was occupied by PM and sometime CM in the past. He went on to say that opposition has no value in the parliament and announced his resignation from assembly seat.
At the occasion, the PSP leader Mustafa Kamal said that the party will get benefit with inclusion of the experienced political leader adding that other parties should not be resented over the inclusion; it can be happened with the PSP.
In past Syed Hafeez Uddin had been associated with Islami Jamiat Talba (IJT) and Pakistan Muslim League-N (PML-N).