“People of Karachi are not outcast. MQM is surety for peace in the megapolis. Karachiites were neither outcast yesterday, nor they will be tomorrow,” he said while addressing a public gathering in Malir as part of a campaign for provincial assembly seat PS-127.
He said Sept 08 will be a day of kite (MQM’s party symbol). He also played a joke on thin public attendance at Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI)’s rally in Karachi the same day.
Farooq Sattar said earlier Punjabi Pukhtoon Ittehad and Haqeeqi were formed, after the parties failed to come up to the expectations, then PTI was organized.
The MQM leader also demanded from the Army chief to get enrolled 10, 000 Karachi youth in Rangers and Sindh police.
“How can we approve of Kala Bagh Dam when we know that the dam to be constructed from our money will not provide us water,” he said.