MQM Pakistan to hold a meeting at Mazar-e-Quaid on Dec 25: Farooq Sattar
KARACHI (92 News) – The MQM Pakistan has announced to hold a meeting at Mazar-e-Quaid on December 25.
Addressing the workers convention on Wednesday, Farooq Sattar said that Baldia Town is a citadel of the Muttahida Qaumi Movement.
He said that the next Sindh chief minister would be from Karachi. “The quota system has been abolished, but its remnants are remaining. We will move court for an end to the remnants of the quota system,” he said.
The MQM leader said that they would have to stop suicides. “The CPEC will be successful when Karachi will be made its part. Karachi needs circular railway,” he said.
He said that Arshad Vohra is working on some projects. “We hope that CM Murad Ali Shah will support us.”
Farooq Sattar also called for census.
Khawaja Izhar said that they would not allow anyone to make money while sitting in Karachi. “We know how to get back the money made,” he said.