Chink in MQM-P positions augments as talks fizzle

Chink in MQM-P positions augments as talks fizzle

FEBRUARY 8, 2018

KARACHI: The gridlock between the groups made in the midst of a split in the Muttahida Quami Movement-Pakistan (MQM-P) over Senate tickets persevered for the second back to back day as Karachi Mayor Waseem Akhtar illuminated that their gathering focus is situated in Bahadurabad, and not in the PIB Colony where boss Farooq Sattar held gatherings.

The Karachi leader voiced against the “individual choices” made by party. He supported the Rabita Committee’s ruling against Kamran Tessori. “The choice made by Rabita Committee is last and we won’t advance back,” he said.

MQM-P pioneers Nasreen Jalil and Khawaja Izhar said they would not enable the gathering to break down.

In the mean time, an appointment of pioneers from the group drove by Amir Khan set forth their suggestions to MQM-P boss Farooq Sattar and sought after fruitful arrangements.

MQM-P hinted at increasing split as meeting between MQM-P boss Dr Farooq Sattar and Rabita Committee over the issue of granting a Senate ticket to Kamran Tessori finished in a gridlock.

Dr Farooq Sattar was supportive of granting Senate ticket to Kamran Tessori while the Rabita Committee was restricting this choice. Rabita Committee individuals additionally offered re-voting on the designations of Senate tickets.

The halt stayed as a three-part designation who met Farooq Sattar at the MQM-P PIB Colony office couldn’t hold fruitful talks as the gathering boss demanded the general specialists session. The session was deferred as the two groups endeavor at determination through talks.

Rabita Committee individuals came back to Bahadurabad office after the gathering with MQM-P boss and consistently restricted the designation of Kamran Tessori.

Prior, the stop between the two groups stayed as the three-part assignment who met Farooq Sattar couldn’t hold effective converses with the gathering boss. Sattar said that the general specialists session would be held definitely.

In the mean time, Pak Sarzameen Party (PSP) Secretary General Raza Haroon had named MQM-P Chief Farooq Sattar the twelfth player of the match who was just a defender and not a skipper. Conversing with the media outside the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) office, Raza Haroon lashed out at Farooq Sattar, saying that his character was questionable.

He said the MQM which Sattar discussed had been disintegrated. On the issue of Senate race, Raza Haroon offered the MQM pioneers, who are not getting the tickets, to join the PSP. He said that MQM laborers were battling about one ticket and that they could likewise opening throats of every others when all is said in done decisions to get tickets.

Distributed in Daily Times, February 8th2018.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *