Mustafa Kamal, Chairman Pak Sarzameen Party has been suspended as the Project Director Garbage, a day after his appointment by Mayor Karachi Wassem Akhtar for acting beyond his authority.
Waseem Akhtar in a press conference on Tuesday has said that Mustafa Kamal misbehaved with the bosses and acted beyond his jurisdiction and authority.
“I forgave everything because I thought he will help the people of Karachi but he isn’t worth it.” Kamal is only concerned about his politics and is not interested in improving the lives of the people, he added.
“Kamal should’ve come to the city government office and given his joining and then met with the municipal services department,” said Akhtar. He should’ve shared all his plans with them, instead of making a public announcement.
“He was appointed for three months. He was working under the municipal corporation,” the mayor clarified. “He is not working for NAB that he is asking for other peoples’ bank account details.”
Kamal has been going to places that don’t fall under his jurisdiction, Akhtar claimed. “Why are you going to DMCs when you are not responsible for them?”
However, Karachi Metropolitan Corporation issued a notification on 26 Aug saying that Kamal has been appointed as its project director for garbage over his “willingness to clean the city of Karachi within 90 days of time”.
Accusations and Allegations
Notably, in a media talk, Mustafa Kamal said that he accepts this challenge and assured people that he will people work day and night to clean the city.
Furthermore, after his nomination, the former mayor continued to criticize the local government officials of corruption.
On the other hand, Wassem Akhtar has accused the PSP leader of misbehaving with everyone and cursing everyone he has been working with.
While accepting the offer from Mayor Karachi, Mustafa Kamal had claimed that he would get his job done with the period of 90 days.
It is pertinent to mention here that everyone in Karachi including the local and the provincial government is doing politics and no one is interested in making the city clean. In brief, no one except the residents of Karachi is suffering from the current situation of the provincial capital not a single man in Karachi is interested to own the home city.