MQM-P strives for rights of common man in Pakistan: Khalid Maqbool
Convener Muttahida Qaumi Movement (Pakistan), Khalid Maqbool Siddiqui and others addressing a press conference at Quetta Press Club: Photo Ashraf Khan

Syed Ali Shah :

QUETTA: Central Convener Muttahida Qaumi Movement (Pakistan), Khalid Maqbool Siddiqui has said that his party strives for the rights of the common man in the country. Mr.  Siddiqui and other central leaders of the MQM-P arrived in Quetta on Wednesday. Party supporters received the leaders at Quetta airport.

“Our struggle and manifesto are for a common Pakistani”, he told a news conference at Quetta Press Club. Other central leaders of the party were also present on the occasion.

When asked about his party’s support to the Pakistan Tehik e Insaf (PTI) government, Mr. Siddiqui said that despite an alliance, MQM-P has always recorded its reservations and protest with regard to the country. “We have one minister in the federal cabinet and refused to take another ministry”, he said.

“MQM strives for a developed and prosperous Pakistan”, Siddiqui

Khalid Maqbool Siddiqui stated that Muttahida has always struggled for the supremacy of parliament and the constitution. “MQM strives for a developed and prosperous Pakistan”, he added.

“We want to win hearts and minds of people rather than getting votes from Balochistan”, Mr. Siddiquie stated. He said his party had faced a lot of difficulties in the past.

MQM Convener stated that his party believes in the rights of all nationalities living in the country. “We are one Pakistani nation”, Mr. Siddiqui stated. However, different nationalities were the beauty of this country, he added.

Mr. Siddiqui has arrived in Quetta on a three-day visit. He is scheduled to address workers’ conventions and other events in Balochistan.

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