KARACHI: The Muttahida Qaumi Movement-Pakistan chief Farooq Sattar on Sunday announced a protest rally in Karachi.
“We will protest, against the census results and lack of resources, at the Quaid’s mausoleum on November 5,” Sattar said during a press conference.
He claimed that MQM-P is capable of gathering a large crowd of supporters if the ‘politics of pressurising and power-struggle’ ends.
“MQM-P has proved that its political agenda is based on principles,” Sattar remarked, adding that the struggle for the rights of Sindh’s residents will bear fruit in 2018.
Talking about Arshad Vohra’s recent move to join the Mustafa Kamal-led Pakistan Sarzameen Party (PSP), Sattar said that ‘those who had left the party’ could be brought back.
“Those who have quit are already in trouble, and we don’t want to pile on their problems by bringing them back,” the MQM-P leader claimed.