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‘Loyal to London leadership’: Senior MQM-Pakistan leader resigns

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KARACHI: Amjadullah Khan, central executive committee member of Mutahidda Qaumi Movement (MQM), has resigned from his position saying he was loyal to party’s founder, ARY News reported.

He left the party, reasoning that he couldn’t work with current set-up of the party led by Farooq Sattar.

Amjadullah joined MQM after having quit Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf. Earlier on April 7, Amjadullah had announced to withdraw in favour of Kamal Malik, the MQM candidate in NA-245 by-polls in Karachi on the eleventh hour. He had left PTI’s neglect for his poll campaign that led his withdrawal.

Khan was previously associated with the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf before joining the MQM.

Meanwhile, the Election Commission of Pakistan has initiated inquiry into change in name of MQM’s convenership on its website.

The ECP asked how could name of Nadeem Nusrat as MQM convener appeared on its website. The election commission contended that actual MQM leader and convener was Farooq Sattar.

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