Saleem Shahzad predicts MQM-P and PSP will unite on Rabbiul Awwal 12

PPP leader Saeed Ghani also sees MQM-P and PSP forming political alliance

New Desk November 21, 2017
Former MQM leader Saleem Shahzad. PHOTO: Twitter

Former Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) leader Saleem Shahzad predicted on Tuesday that the MQM-Pakistan and Pak Sarzameen Party (PSP) would join hands on the 12th of Rabbiul Awwal.

Shahzad was speaking to reporters at the City Courts, Karachi after appearing for a hearing.

"I foresee the MQM-P and the PSP forming a political alliance in the coming days, most possibly on the Rabbiul Awwal 12," he maintained.

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The former MQM leader said he had met the leaders of the MQM-P and the PSP and suggested them to join hands.

Shahzad demanded that the Karachi mayor and city district officials should be granted their fair share of authority and funds so they could work effectively for keeping the city clean.

Separately, Pakistan People's Party's Saeed Ghani also predicted that the MQM-P and the PSP would join hands, saying that both the parties would form an alliance prior to the elections.


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