Farooq Sattar hints at resignations after MQM Pakistan leader’s arrest
KARACHI: Chairman Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) Pakistan Farooq Sattar on Friday strongly protested against the fellow party leader Gul Faraz Khattak’s arrest, ARY News reported.
“MQM leaders will resign from Senate, national and provincial assemblies and local bodies organizations at the right time and at own choice,” he said while addressing a press conference at MQM headquarters in PIB Colony.
He said apprehension of MQM workers and leaders was worrying. Gulfraz Khattak who stands with Pakistan has also been arrested, while he was not involved in the incident of August 22, he added.
“How an unwanted person became wanted? We want answer so that we could devise next course of action,” he said.
He once again cleared the air that MQM Pakistan leadership was separate from London leadership.
Farooq Sattar said the option of resignation was open. They would resign at own choice and at the right time.