The reason behind change of plan has not surfaced yet. However, sources said MQM-P leadership had not asked the district administration for permission prior to making the announcement for the march.
According to a spokesperson of MQM-P, the party chief will say prayers for the deceased at Yadgar-e-Shuhada.
Strict security measures were being arranged in the area ahead of the party leadership’s visit.
This is one of the three decisions that Sattar has made changes to over the past few days.
At a news conference held on November 9, Sattar announced to quit MQM-P and politics. The decision had come a day after MQM-P and Pak Sarzameen Party had announced to join hands.