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PM has no time to listen to MQM’s reservations, complains Maqbool

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ISLAMABAD: Members of the Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) Pakistan staged a walkout from the National Assembly session on Friday after they failed to meet the prime minister despite repeated attempts.

During the assembly session today, in which Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif was also present, MQM leaders particularly Khalid Maqbool Siddiqui tried to speak to the premier however, he was not allowed to do so, ARY News reported.

According to details, Mr Siddiqui wanted to make the most of the assembly session today thinking it was the best event to put MQM concerns in front the parliament and the prime minister but he was interrupted by the speaker Ayaz Sadiq.


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Mr Siddiqui also tried to approach PM Sharif during the question answer session today but the speaker turned off his mic, ARY News reported.

Under such circumstance, MQM leaders were left with no other option but to leave the assembly session in the middle, said MQM’s Siddiqui while talking to media representatives outside the national assembly on Friday.

Mr Siddiqui said Prime Minister had no time to listen to MQM’s serious reservations, concerns and issues and added, he wanted to take Mr Sharif into confidence over the August 22 hate speech of MQM’s disowned chief from London and the developments that unfolded in Karachi.

The MQM leader said peace without justice could not be restored and maintained in Karachi.

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