Farooq Sattar, Mustafa Kamal join hands for Local Body polls in Sindh
The former leader of Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) Pakistan, Dr. Farooq Sattar, has announced the alliance with Pak Sarzameen Party (PSP) in the local body elections in Sindh, saying that it is possible that we will have a joint decision in the future as well.
Speaking to the media after meeting PSP Chief Mustafa Kamal at his residence, Dr. Farooq Sattar said that we have a keen eye on the politics of the country and we are trying to restore the previous identity of Karachi.
He said that whatever happens in the rest of Punjab and Islamabad, but we want to strengthen the quota of Karachi because Muhajirs have played a key role to strengthen the economy of Pakistan.
Farooq Sattar further said that we are trying to take other oppressed nations with us, but it is clear that there will be no politics of hatred accepted at any cost.
“Our alliance with PSP has just started in Hyderabad and Karachi. We are participating in the local body elections in the panel and it is possible that in future we will have a joint decisions as well,” Sattar added.
Former MQM-P Leader stated that even if Mustafa Kamal does not support me and wants to contest the election separately, he should.
“People may think that I had to do this to win the election, but the election is not my goal, it is only a stepping stone, but my goal is to connect with wider interests,” Farooq Sattar said.