KARACHI: Former Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) leader Saleem Shehzad has introduced to discovered a new political party ,Â more than a yr after his former party confronted a central authority crackdownÂ followingÂ Â Altaf Hussain’sÂ anti-state speech that led toÂ assaults on media and violence in Karachi.
Speaking to media at City Court, Shehzad stated he would contest the following common election from Orangi Town andÂ would box candidatesÂ in different constituencies .
“Our doorways are opened for all.Â I will be able to grasp a rally in Orangi Town on December 16” stated he.
“Our party will don’t have any room for targetÂ killers and the ones focused on China-cutting,” he added.
He is the secondÂ leader of the MQMÂ who introduced to discovered aÂ new political party after former Karachi mayor Mustafa Kamal formÂ the Pak Sarzameen Party (PSP) final yr.
MQM’sÂ Pakistan bankruptcy led by senior parliamentarianÂ Farooq Sattar hasÂ additionally distanced itselfÂ from party supremo after his inflammatory speeches .