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MQM-P, PSP agree to set aside differences, work together

KARACHI: Muttahid Qaumi Movement-Pakistan (MQM-P) and Pak Sarzameen Party (PSP) agree set aside from all previous disagreements and progress forward on political front for Prosperity Karachi, reports ARY News. on Tuesday.

According to the details, development was announced MQM-P organizer Khalid Maqbool Siddiqi speaking at a press conference with PSP Chairman Mustafa Kamal after meeting at Pakistan House.

During the meeting, the DMK-P delegation and the central leadership of the PSP discussed the political situation and issues related to local government (LG) elections.

Delegation also invited Pak Sarzameen Party (PSP) to participate in protest action taking place on January 9 against default of agreement signed with People’s Party of Pakistan (PPP).

The delegation briefed the PSP management of a rally is held against delimitation of constituencies and voters list. Both parties agreed to set aside from all previous disagreements and progress forward on political front for Prosperity Karachi.

Speaking at a press conference, Khalid Maqbool Siddiqui said that it is necessary to unite for survival of Karachi, noting that local government (LG) elections were needed for in cityx development.

“It’s time to unite for a common struggle”, he said, rejecting the voter lists and the disengagement of districts.

Taking over spokesman Mustafa Kamal said that none party maybe resolve Problems of Karachi. “Only Karachi can bring Pakistan out of economic crisis,” Kamal said, adding that ignoring the economic hub would harm the country.

Previously in day The Muttahid Qaumi Movement-Pakistan (MQM-P) decided to hold a protest on January 9 against default of agreement signed with Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) Sindh government.

According to the details, decision taken during a workers’ convention of The Rabta Committee of the Muttahid Qaumi-Pakistan Movement (MMK-P) was held in Karachi.

Sources told ARY News that the MQM-P rejected the demarcation. of new constituencies and electoral rolls ahead of local government (LG) elections to be held place on January 15.

political party It has also decided to protest against delimitations of new districts. There will be a protest out on January 9 over default of agreement signed with PPP-led Sindh government.

Read more: LG Polls: MQM-P requires ECP for new delimitation until January 15

A day earlier, talks between the ruling Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) and the Muttahid Qaumi Movement of Pakistan (PMK-P) remained fruitless as the stalemate persisted. on main questions.

Sources said that a recent meeting between MQM-P and PPP at Bilawal House Karachi remained inconclusive. Moreover, the MQM-P manual set condition for contesting local government (LG) Polls with new delimitations.

The Delegation expressed serious reservations about the current boundaries. They said that MQM-P will present its next strategy if LG surveys are carried out on the foundation of current boundaries.

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