Farooq Sattar says will approach Supreme Court on census in Sindh
HYDERABAD: Chairman Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) Pakistan Farooq Sattar on Sunday said he would approach Supreme Court on the issue of census in Sindh, ARY News reported.
“How is it possible that rural population of Sindh is more than urban?,” he questioned while talking to media in Hyderabad adding that the Sindh government was trying to manipulate the numbers of population.
He said he was going to put this question before the Supreme Court that why was census not held in the last eight years and government posts were allotted on fake domiciles through nepotism.
“We are being deprived of our constitutional right on the issue of census and our reservations are not being addressed. Hence, we have decided to apprise all the situation to the SC,” he said.
Regarding holding public rally in Hyderabad on February 17, the MQM Pakistan chief said he visited several areas of the city to review preparations and he was warmly welcomed by the residents which was evidence that he had made right decision on August 23.
He said MQM Pakistan had embarked upon the journey of love and they were limited to only having differences in politics and not enmity.