Cold-shouldering: MQM quits AJK govt, blasts PPP

ISLAMABAD: While announcing to quit the Azad and Jammu Kashmir coalition government, MQM leader Farooq Sattar on Wednesday said the party’s decision to part ways with the AJK and Sindh government was eventual and irrevocable, ARY News reported.

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Addressing a press conference in Islamabad, Sattar said MQM’s tolerance had reached at its peak after maltreatment from the PPP.

He questioned Bilawal that what was his political credentials and credit to lead the political party.  “A person cannot be a Bhutto scion who starts his political career with hate speech, confrontation and mud-slinging,” slammed Sattar. The young PPP chairman did not even respect the MQM chief Altaf Hussain who is much older than Bilawal, he regretted.

Taking exception to the diatribe of Bilawal Bhutto Zardari against MQM chief, he said cold treatment from the PPP to the MQM was the core reason behind party’s withdrawal from Sindh coalition government.

“We kept on tolerating undemocratic attitude of the PPP, but the situation got worse eventually.”

He moaned that neither Asif Ali Zardari nor Bilawal apologized on the latter’s statement against the MQM.

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Cold-shouldering: MQM quits AJK govt, blasts PPP

by Azhar Khan