Kamal accuses MQM-P of staging ‘drama’, predicts social gathering will not depart govt

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Kamal accuses MQM-P of staging ‘drama’, predicts social gathering will not depart govt

KARACHI: Pak Sarzameen social gathering (PSP) chief Syed Mustafa Kamal stated on Friday that the Muttahida Quami Movement-Pakistan (MQM-P) will not give up the federal authorities, a number of days after MQM-P convener Dr Khalid Maqbool Siddiqui tendered his resignation from the federal ministry in protest. 

Speaking to reporters, the PSP chief predicted that the MQM-P’s reservations with the federal government is not going to final lengthy because it was all a “drama”. 

“These people [MQM-P] are all actors, and this drama with the people of Karachi must end,” he stated. 

Kamal stated corruption circumstances towards the MQM-P might be used to attract them again into the federal government and the social gathering knew this as effectively. 

“The corruption of the party is tied to their stint in power. Files against these people have already been prepared and as soon as they leave the government, they will be arrested,” he stated. 

Last week, Federal Minister for Information Technology and Telecommunication Dr Khalid Maqbool Siddiqui introduced his resignation throughout a press convention. The MQM-P convener stated he was resigning from the ministry because the PTI-led authorities had failed to meet its guarantees. 

Kamal dismissed Siddiqui’s complaints towards the federal government, saying that there was an inside battle inside the social gathering. He stated Amir Khan, the deputy convener of the social gathering, was concerned in a “power tussle” with Siddiqui. 

The former Karachi mayor was amused as to how Siddiqui, the convener of the social gathering, could not persuade one other MQM-P member, Farogh Naseem, to give up the cupboard.