MQM terms Kamal’s party ‘Haqiqi Two’

Staff Reporter

Karachi—Muttahida Qaumi Movement’s (MQM) Wasay Jalil rejected all the allegations levelled by disgruntled party leader Dr Sagheer Ahmed’s against the party, and termed it the ‘repetition of decades old drama’.
Jalil, in his tweet, also labelled Kamal’s new party as ‘Haqiqi Two’ and claimed that people are watching the same drama and the same script, which was witnessed in 1992.
Soon after Sagheer’s press conference, in which he announced joining former Karachi mayor Mustafa Kamal’s thus far unnamed party, MQM lawmaker Ali Raza Abidi tweeted that those unable to “remain loyal to a party after being part of it for three decades” are presenting themselves before people to represent them.
He taunted Sagheer through Twitter and said that he is upset as he was not allowed to represent MQM at talkshows.
Incharge of MQM’s International Secretariat in London, Nadeem Nusrat called Sagheer’s move an attempt to mark his own ‘failure’ by blaming MQM for everything.

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