Karachi votes don't belong to PSP or MQM but to third party: Khursheed Shah

Opposition leader expressed his reaction over alliance of MQM and PSP

News Desk November 09, 2017
Leader of Opposition in the National Assembly Syed Khursheed Ahmed Shah. PHOTO: INP / FILE

Opposition leader in the National Assembly Syed Khursheed Shah said that Karachi’s vote does not belong to MQM or PSP, but it belongs to a third party.

Reacting to the recent alliance between MQM and PSP, Shah stated that the coalition will not affect PPP anyway. "MQM Pakistan and PSP are helpless people, they will side with anyone," Shah said.

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"I had predicted earlier that both the parties will unite," the opposition leader said.

He further mentioned that Mustafa Kamal used to allege that 'MQM’s name disgraced us' while Farooq Sattar chanted how 'MQM survived politically for 35 years'.

Shah also commented on Sattar's loyalty and stated, "how could they end it like this".

Hitting out at Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan with criticism, the opposition leader said that "neither Imran Khan has any policy nor any vision".

Shah further added, "He only knows how to abuse, while PPP had given rights to the masses," he concluded.


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