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MMK-P shares resentment over violations of the pact with EVENINGS


Delegation of MQM-Pakistan, coalition partners of ruling PML-N, met Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif on Tuesday and expressed serious concern over default of agreement signed with Center and Sindh government.

The delegation included the organizer of the WMK-P, Khalid Maqbool Siddiqi, Minister for For Overseas Pakistanis Faisal Sabzwari, Sindh Governor Kamran Tessori and Wasim Akhtar. Federal Ministers Rana Sanaullah, Saad Rafik and Ayaz Sadiq were also gift in meeting.

Sources said the governor of Sindh province has been informed of this. prime minister about problems of MQM-P and categorically stated that the conduct of local body elections without new delimitations in Karachi would be meaningless.

The Delegation said new delimitations were one of important requirements in agreement that party signed with DPM and PPP earlier in March it year in come back for supporting the then opposition against led by PTI government.

party also complained that Sindh, led by the PPP, government did not amend the Local Government Act and did not implement section 140A. of Constitution in violation of agreement.

Turning to prime minister MQM-P leaders have been cited in meeting at which: “You and [PDM chief] Maulana Fazlur Rehman were the guarantors of agreement with PPP, now you decide what should be done almost six months have passed since party signed an agreement.”

“BUT decision must be taken soon. If the PPP is unwilling to honor the agreement, then let us know”, the leaders of the DMK-P told the prime minister.

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According to insiders, Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif called the DMK-P an important ally. of in government and assured them that the agreement she had signed with Center and Sindh government will be fulfilled. “Karachi cannot be left one like it,” the prime minister said. added.

prime minister said he would personally speak with PPP leaders Asif Zardari and Bilawal Bhutto to ensure implementation on deal.

There are chances that the MQM-P, after consulting with its steering committee, will make a “major decision”, sources said. decisions’if sind government did not amend the Law on Local Self-Government.

However official A statement released by the Prime Minister’s office after the meeting said the MQM-P delegation appreciated prime minister for measures taken by the federal government for rescue and rehabilitation of in flood affected people.

“During the meeting, current political situation in the country was also discussed in detail”.

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