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People’s Party will not be allowed to hold cities in constituencies, MQM-Pakistan.Achi News

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People’s Party will not be allowed to hold cities in constituencies, MQM-Pakistan.

The Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) has decided to protest against the non-serious behavior of the People’s Party in Sindh.

A meeting of the Pakistan Muttahida Permanent Movement Coordinating Committee was held in Karachi under the leadership of Colonel Dr. Khalid Maqbool Siddiqui.

In the meeting, the MQM Steering Committee expressed its deep anger at the behavior of the PPP in the constituencies in Sindh and decided to oppose this non-serious behaviour.

At the meeting, it was decided that the Federation should be informed about the pressing issues of the Union and take a strong stand.

The MQM Liaison Committee said PPP will not be allowed to hold cities in constituencies.

In a statement to the media after the meeting, MQM chief Khalid Maqbool Siddiqui said that our election campaign has started, we will come to the streets to stop the election campaign. We are getting hard to bear.

Khalid Maqbool Siddiqui said that we are part of the current government, why the responsibility of constituencies is given to the state government, it is the responsibility of the election commission to make constituencies before the election. He said that constituencies in Hyderabad and Karachi have not been fixed, if proper constituencies are not done, they will be forced to protest.

Canonier MQM PPP has accepted our position on constituencies, re-constituencies should be held before the elections, we want free elections on January 15, citizens want elections to be free and transparent.

The MQM leader said that I had to suffer by joining this government. If this situation continues, we will decide to stay in the government or fight a separate election. Determination. If this situation continues, they will decide to stay in the government or fight a separate election.

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