MQM’s Siddiqui takes a jab at hierarchical politics

KARACHI: Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) leader Khalid Maqbool Siddiqui on Sunday said that hierarchical politics has made Pakistan’s parliament look like a political store house than an august house, ARY News reported.

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Speaking at the dinner in the honour of Lawyer community by MQM senator Farogh Nasim, MQM legal Aid Committee and Muttahida Lawyers Forum, Siddiqui sarcastically remarked that people who are neither even bitten by a mosquito in Larkana nor have even drunk the water of town will contest elections from there.

The senior MQM leader lamented that the menace of hierarchical politics has taken its toll on country’s political system and the parliament looks more like a political store house than an august house.

He said that courts are not providing justice while the constitution is handicapped.


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