PSP leaders meet Ishrat, discuss new party.
Pak Sarzameen Party leaders met with former Sindh Governor Ishrat-ul-Ibad on Sunday to discuss formation of a new political party, sources said.
Several leaders of the PSP met with the former governor Sindh and mulled over joint strategy for forming a new party.
Sources informed that Ibad has agreed to a new party, however, the name of the party is not being revealed as yet. This has been confirmed by one of the PSP leaders.
PSP leaders Anees Advocate, Raza Haroon, Dr Sagheer, Waseem Aftab, Saleem Tajik, and Shakeel Umar have distanced from the party upon failure in the elections, sources confined. PSP senior leader Anees Advocate, while reacting to the news, said that he met with Ibad with knowledge of the party.
The PSP leader said that he worked with the former governor Sindh for past 35 years and the meeting was to resolve any withstanding issue.
'I strongly deny any new party rumours,' said Anees Advocate, adding that he met the former governor Sindh alone and no other party leader was there.
He said that matters including failure in general elections 2018 were discussed in the meeting. The PSP leader said that Ibad is spending a 'non-political' time these days and the PSP chairman is Mustafa Kamal who understands politics well.