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My vision not in line with MQM’s ethnic politics, says Musharraf

DUBAI: Amid allegations of trying to take over a divided Muttahida Qaumi Movement- Pakistan (MQM-P), former military dictator Pervez Musharraf on Monday said that he has no plans to revive a party like MQM which relies on ethnic politics, ARY News reported. "I am propagating my ideas through All Pakistan Muslim League (APML) platform but my vision is broader. I have no plans to revive or lead MQM as the name (MQM) is a tainted one and has the worst reputation (among political parties) across the country. My belief is that…

ECP summons MQM-P factions over differences on Senate elections

KARACHI: Election Commission of Pakistan has summoned the two factions of the Muttahida Quami Movement (MQM-P) on February 27 over the dispute on the upcoming Senate elections. The MQM-P has also submitted an application in the ECP requesting the internal rift over the intra-party elections to be resolved by Feb 27. The MQM held the intra-party elections on Sunday which saw Farooq Sattar, who heads his own faction in PIB Colony, get elected as party convenor. However, the rival faction at their office in Bahadurabad…

Sattar allows Bahadurbad wing to nominate four candidates for Senate elections

KARACHI: Muttahida Quami Movement-Pakistan (MQM-P) ousted convenor Farooq Sattar on Friday extended an olive branch in a attempt to heal the internal party rift, and conceded to allow the Bahadurabad wing to nominate four candidates for the upcoming Senate elections. Addressing media ahead of the general workers session, Farooq Sattar was adamant that he was the legitimate leader of the MQM and had been accepted as convenor by the election commission. "MQM-Pakistan is registered with my name, the kite is our election…