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MQM ignored in last 15 years: Farooq Sattar

MQM ignored in last 15 years: Farooq Sattar

MQM ignored in last 15 years: Farooq Sattar

ATC acquits six MQM leaders including Farooq Sattar in incendiary speech case

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  • Farooq Sattar said MQM was badly ignored in 15 years
  • He said it is crucial to dig Karachi out of deprivation
  • He said many development works have not been done
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KARACHI: Farooq Sattar said Monday that during the last 15 years of Pakistan Peoples Party’s (PPP) rule, MQM was badly ignored adding that it has been difficult to unite all factions of MQM till January 15.

He while exclusively talking to BOL News said that it has been crucial to dig Karachi out of deprivation for the stability of Pakistan.

Farooq Sattar also said that he has been ready to work under Convener Khalid Maqbool Siddiqui but it would be difficult to unite the factions.

While touching on the matter of the PPP-MQM row, he said that the ruling PPP has neglected the city during the last 15 years of governance and new records of corruption have been set.

Farooq Sattar said that many development works have not been done in Karachi and street crime is a major cause of frustration among the youth, but if this city is not removed from deprivation, the country will be unstable.

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He said that the delimitation of constituencies is a legitimate issue and that PDM should be informed about it. Dr. Farooq Sattar further said that Governor Sindh Kamran Tessori has played an important role in uniting MQM factions.

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