MQM demands of PM to
recover their missing workers


ISLAMABAD: MQM has demanded of the Prime Minister (PM) Imran Khan to recover their missing workers besides holding population census again.

Minister of information technology and MQM leader said while talking to media men that MQM is major component party of ruling alliance. We continue to talk with PM Imran Khan with reference to Karachi and urban Sindh problems.

ISLAMABAD: MQM delegation including Khalid Maqbool Siddiqui, Sabir Hussain Kaimkhani, Salahuddin, Usama Qadri, Iqbal Muhammad Ali and Kishwar Zehra meeting with Prime Minister Imran Khan on Tuesday. Federal Minister for Planning Asad Umar and Information and Technology Syed Amin-ul-Haq are also present at the meeting.

He held we have demanded of PM to fast track the Karachi package besides holding population census again in 2022 and allocating funds in budget in this regard. He remarked over 100 workers of MQM are missing who should be recovered besides returning their offices to MQM.

The delegation of MQM-P was led by Dr Khalid Maqbool Siddiqui. The meeting discussed strategy for upcoming Senate elections, working relationships and other important issues related to Sindh.

Matters related to Karachi Package, jobs, Hyderabad University, closure of party offices, and missing of MQM-P workers also came under discussion, said sources.

Sources said that PM Imran Khan was also informed about the threats and horse-trading ahead of the Senate elections. The premier assured the visiting delegation to remove reservations on the closure of party offices, said the sources.

On the other hand, the federal governments allies, in a late-night press conference on Monday, have assured it will stand with the PTI in the upcoming Senate elections.

Minister for Information Technology and Telecommunication Syed Amin-ul-Haque, said the MQM-P, along with other allies of the government, would stand with PTI in the upcoming Senate elections.

The federal governments allies are on the same page, including the Grand Democratic Alliance (GDA), Pakistan Muslim League-Quaid (PML-Q), Balochistan Awami Party (BAP), and the MQM-P, he said.