Pak Sarzameen Party is a political party of Pakistan that was established by Anis Kaimkhani and Syed Mustafa Kamal on 23rd March 2016. Shabeer Qaimkhani, Hasan Shabeer, and Ashfaq Mangi are senior members of this party. The head office of the party is located in Karachi.
The party contested in 2018 elections but failed to win seats of Provincial and National Assembly. The article carries every detail about the party, including Pak Sarzameen Party History.
|23rd March 2016
|Anees Qaim Khani
|Pak Sarzameen Party Secretariat, House no. 44 L, Razi Road, Block 6 P.E.C.H.S, Shahrah-e-Faisal, Karachi Pakistan
|+92 21 34168230-4
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Pak Sarzameen Party History
Anis Kaimkhani and Syed Mustafa Kamal returned to Karachi on 3rd March 2016 for a press conference and announced his political party’s formation without mentioning its name. Then Anis and Mustafa held a press conference on 23rd March 2016 in Clifton, Karachi.
Out of the three proposed names ‘Pakistan Qaumi Party,’ ‘Pak Sarzameen Party,’ & ‘Pakistan Qaumi Movement’ PSP (Pak Sarzameen Party) was chosen.
Top Leaders of PSP
- Waseem Aftab
- Mustafa Kamal
- Raza Haroon
- Dr Sagheer
- Anis Advocate
- Anees Kaimkhani
Key Concerns of PSP
- Good Governance
- Economic Revitalization
Allegations by MQM
Later many other ex-members of MQM and MPA’s and MNA’s joined PSP. MQM (Muttahida Qaumi Movement) accused PSP of working under the support and favouritism of Sindh Rangers to threaten workers of MQM to join Pak Sarzameen Party or get arrested.
The chairperson and founder of PSP Mustafa Kamal stated that he has succeeded in recovering missing persons of MQM, but MQM accuses that Sindh Rangers had arrested those missing individuals. Law enforcement detained the president of PSP Anis Kaimkhani due to his link with Baldia Factory fire case. Later he was released on bail.
Pak Sarzameen Party Slogan
The party’s slogan is Ikhtiyaar, Insaaf, Izat (Authority, Justice, and Respect).
Elections of 2018
PSP contested in Pakistani general elections of 2018; however, it failed to secure a Pakistan Provincial Assembly and National Assembly seat. Mustafa stated in an interview that the electoral process wasn’t fair.
Attack on Office of PSP
The PSP office was targeted on 24th December 2018, killing its two workers and injuring many people. The Rescue teams arrived at the office of PSP and took the wounded to hospital.
After this attack, Ali Raza passed away, and Kamal stated that the PSP office attack and death of Ali Raza were connected. Altaf Hussain was the most prominent suspect of this attack.