Twitter reacts to Farooq Sattar's late night show

The important cameo played by Sattar's mother in his 'return' did not go unnoticed... either

Niha Dagia November 10, 2017
MQM-P Chief Farooq Sattar. PHOTO: AFP

As Farooq Sattar dramatically turned the tables post a press conference with Mustafa Kamal on an electoral alliance that nearly ended his political career, Pakistani Twitter was at its very best – with Sattar trending at number one overnight.

At 8pm on Thursday night, the president of Muttahida Qaumi Movement–Pakistan (MQM-P) called for a press conference at his residence in an hour.

Two and a half hours later, Sattar’s tirade did not spare anyone – from the establishment to Pak Sarzameen Party (PSP), reiterating the Muhajjir, middle class and sectarian causes before taking on his own party.

Motherly persuasion keeps MQM-P intact

Clearly upset with members of the Raabta Committee, and party supporters and workers for doubting him over allegations of a ‘merger’ with Mustafa Kamal’s PSP, Sattar announced his resignation from his post as MQM-P chief and quit politics altogether, only to resume his role as party chief two hours later. To describe the aftermath of the events as an uproar would be an understatement, not just in his immediate vicinity but on social media as well...

Some [rightfully] predicted he would be back

Most found it be nostalgic...


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Some pointed out the obvious:

The important cameo played by Sattar's mother in his 'return' did not go unnoticed...

Nor did Twitterati miss his story of the "land cruiser"

Most of all, Twitterati agreed on the MQM-P chief's emergence of as a leader:

Sattar ended chaotic day expressing gratitude to those who "showed their love and support".

Some followed his end note with this:

How did you feel about the presser last night? Leave your comments below!


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Anjum Amin Siddiqui | 2 years ago | Reply | Recommend Planning to by a Land Cruiser, just wanted to know the names of friends who never demanded such a big amount of money back from Farooq Sattar.
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