However the MQM leader, who has reportedly left the party, said he was misfit in the MQM.
Talking to media in Islamabad, Gabol conceded he was unable to give much time to the party, adding he is outspoken as well.
“Let me add here that I have no differences with the MQM and I have not left the party ”, he mentioned.
The former PPP leader said he would not succumb to any pressure. “I have my own ways to give befitting response, if I am subjected to any diatribe,” said Gabol.
“I will do politics, but no at the moment”. He said he had sent his resignation to the party 15 days ago.
“I will hold press conference tomorrow [Wednesday] and announce my next course of action”, concluded the ex-MNA.
The spokesperson of MQM said Mr Gabol was failing to spend time for resolving public issues. The party advised him to step down as MNA, added the spokesperson in a statement here.
Meanwhile talking to media here, MQM leader Rasheed Godil said Mr. Gabol had not left the party. He only resigned as National Assembly member.