MQM leaders meet today to discuss alliance with PSP

KARACHI: Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) chief Farooq Sattar has convened a gathering of the birthday party to cope with the grievances of the individuals who has expressed reservations over his plans to make an alliance with the Pak Sarzameen Party (PSP).

Politics in Karachi witnessed a dramatic trade on Wednesday when leaders of each the events sat in combination at a press convention and introduced to shape an alliance.

Several MQM leaders together with Amir Khan, Kishwar Zahra, Kanwar Navid, Shabbir Qaimkhani, Shahid Pasha and Nameeul Haq are stated to have expressed considerations over Sattar’s choice.

On Wednesday Qaimkhani left in the course of the clicking convention whilst Ali Raza Abidi, a member of the National Assembly, posted a tweet pronouncing to give up the birthday celebration.

Sources stated the assembly would happen at MQM’s headquarters in Bahadurabad at five:00 pm throughout which Sattar would temporary his birthday celebration leaders and take them into self assurance relating to his determination of creating an alliance with PSP.

The resources stated Sattar and different leaders of the MQM spent the entire night time discussing the reservations expressed by their comrades.

Some MQM leaders say the verdict to make an alliance with Sattar used to be unilateral that used to be made with out taking them into self assurance.

They say what would occur to MQM’s electoral image Kite and the birthday party itself if the birthday party plans to contest the following common election on a distinction election image and identify after an alliance with PSP.

During the Wednesday’s press convention PSP chief Mustafa Kamal stated MQM’s identify used to be now not appropriate and each the events would move to election with a special identify and image.

Sattar, on the other hand, stated on the finish of press convention that MQM Pakistan and PSP weren’t going to be dissolved.

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