KARACHI: Muttahida Qaumi Movement Pakistan (MQM-P) pioneer Farooq Sattar will make waves in Karachi’s legislative issues at a vital public interview today evening, Samaa revealed Wednesday.
There are reports that he may declare merger of his partywith Mustafa Kamal’s Pak Sarzameen Party (PSP). Both Farooq Sattar and Mustafa Kamal are probably going to sit together in the press conference.
Sources have also affirmed that both the sides have chosen to challenge next general elections from a solitary stage “to keep Karachi’s order from being part.” In front of the crucial press conference, Farooq Sattar has met officer-bearers of all levels at the party’s Bahadurabad central command where the party’s neighborhood authority will be taken into certainty, reports said.
Then, addressing Samaa, PSP’s senior pioneer Waseem Aftab, declined to affirm the merger reports communicating his ignorance; be that as it may, he said PSP boss Mustafa will welcome the advancement.
“Kamal has a desire to hold hands with every political parties for this city. He has invited Farooq Sattar in the past and we will love to work with whoever will serve this city,” Aftab said.