KARACHI: Pak Sarzameen Party (PSP) chief Mustafa Kamal on Tuesday said that his party has enough strength and support within City Council to keep Arshad Vohra as deputy mayor and even bring in-house change, ARY News reported.
Speaking exclusively to ARY News, Kamal maintained that his party’s newest member Arshad Vohra will not resign as Karachi’s deputy mayor as his party has enough support within city council to retain Vohra on his position.
“The way people are contacting us, we will try to bring in-house change,” said Mustafa Kamal.
As the host asked Kamal if he has enough numbers to retain Vohra as deputy mayor or even bring no-confidence against MQM-P mayor Waseem Akhtar, Kamal said he feels his party can do it considering the number of people approaching them.
Arshad Vohra, Karachi’s deputy mayor, joined Mustafa Kamal’s Pak Sarzameen Party (PSP) on Sunday claiming MQM-P, which is now led by Farooq Sattar, “had no vision”.
Rumours soon started circulating that MQM-P, which enjoys a majority in city council is contemplating to put forward a motion of no-confidence against Arshad Vohra but today’s session didn’t discuss Vohra’s departure.
On the other side, some opposition parties stated that they would welcome the no-confidence motion against the mayor.