PTI Sindh leader quits, joins in MQM
KARACHI: Finance Secretary of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Sindh chapter, Farah Naz has joined Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) on Sunday – ARY News reports.
Farah Naz, accompanied by MQM leader Nasreen Jalil, announced of abandoning ties with PTI and joining in MQM.
Farah stated that there is a difference between the words and acts of the PTI Chairman, Imran Khan. She told that she is inspired by MQM’s struggle for the poor and middle class and will work to spread the message of the MQM Chief, Altaf Hussain in every corner of the country.
On this occasion, MQM leader Nasreen Jalil also expressed her views while hailing Farah Naz inclusion in her party ranks.
“The poor community has been gripped by numerous problems in the country, whereas the so called politicians have nothing to do with the issues of the common people” said Nasreen Jalil. MQM is the only political party striving for the rights of the poor and middle class, she added while casting light on deprived segment of the society.
She further added that the women workers of MQM are equally treated and they have always worked within the front contingent of the party.
Moreover, the MQM Chief Altaf Hussain also greeted Farah Naz and others for their decision to join MQM and to comply with party’s ideology to safeguard the rights of a common people.