Mustafa Kamal: The Man Who Broke It All

Mustafa Kamal with Altaf HussainMustafa Kamal, self acclaimed “World’s Dau Number Mayor”, the verbal flogger and media abuser, will go down in the history of Karachi as the guy who came, who saw and who broke it all.

Apparently he believes that construction begins with destruction. For more than two years he ripped Karachi open from end to end. From Gulistan-e-Johar to Tower and Korangi to Hub, every other road was dug to build flyovers, underpasses, more roads and what not. Billions were wasted on a drainage system that was claimed to be “enough for next 30 years” and we have seen how efficient it was during few hours of rain in Karachi.

While public money was spend on building parks at every available, and occupied, nook and corner, nothing was done for education, sanitation, health, traffic management and general benefit of the public, even for their voters who were following like crazy, adhering to the tunes of Kamal and his God Father in London.

Most recently Mustafa Kamal “Bhai”, whose tenure as City Nazim of Karachi will end in next few days, went to court against the order of Chief Minister Sindh Qaim Ali Shah, whereby Nazims were banned from selling, transferring or allotting government land. Why on earth Kamal is making this an issue when he should be packing his bags, can be anybody’s guess. However, this action (which certainly can not happen without the nod of the guy in London) has pitched PPP and MQM against each other, once again.

Here is how media is reporting this issue:

Mustafa Kamal challenged CM order in Court

CM justified his order

Sasi Palejo criticizes Mustafa Kamal

CM says MQM apologized on Mustafa Kamal attitude

MQM denies apologizing on Mustafa Kamal statement

For now, it seems that the unnatural alliance between MQM and PPP is on the verge of a breakup, and if that happens then Karachi will be destabilized and Mustafa Kamal will be blamed as the man who broke it all.

22 thoughts on “Mustafa Kamal: The Man Who Broke It All”

  1. How sick you guys are. You know what you are doing here? You are spitting on sky. Your filthy sliva is messing your own face.

    Mustafa Kamal has given this country the hope that its younger generation is capable to bring change in this country. We will always remember this great hero with great respect. May Allah give him opportunity to serve this nation. Negative remarks from psychopaths cannot to take hope away from us.

  2. @ Kashif Aziz

    “The first “green” bus in Karachi was launched by Naimatullah Khan. He initiated the concept and facilitated the arrival and launch of buses from Sweden (The Swede Bus Project).”

    Every now and then when a project gets completed or is heard of in the media the nay-sayers start ranting about that project being signed by Naimatullah or the previous Nazim. So what was Naimatullah doing in his era? Signing away projects, and not actually getting the work started on them? If after doing so much for karachi MK is still being called a bad mayor then what would you call Naimatullah Khan who’s only claim to fame is the 3 KM long Korangi road which was renovated in his time?

    Its high people thought out of the box, and be glad for the fact the city of Karachi has become much more better a place.


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