In a brief message to media on Friday, Kamal asked the rival party chief to hold his nerve since it’s his turn now.
Mustafa Kamal is expected to hold a press conference along with PSP senior leader Anees Qaimkhani. Earlier on Nov 9, MQM-P chief Dr Farooq Sattar stated that Kamal was dragging his feet on the issues being faced by the Mohajir community.
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Taking a jibe at Kamal, Sattar asked him to win a single seat from Peshawar, Larkana or Lahore with his brand of ‘inclusive politics’ if he wants to shun ethnic-based politicking.
Sattar claimed that Mohajirs were still facing discrimination while trying to get government jobs but Mustafa Kamal was not ready to voice his concern over this injustice with Mohajirs.
It is pertinent to note here that on November 8, Pak Sarzameen Party (PSP) and Muttahida Qaumi Movement- Pakistan (MQM-P) announced to form a political alliance and vowed to contest next general elections under “one banner, name, manifesto and electoral symbol”.
Addressing a joint press conference at Karachi Press Club, MQM-P chief Farooq Sattar and PSP chief Mustafa Kamal announced what Kamal terms a “merger: of the two parties who were once a part of Altaf Hussain-led MQM.
However, the decision of forming alliance or merger was taken back within 24 hours.