MQM workers shouldn’t be mistreated: Kamal


Karachi: Pak Sarzameen Party (PSP) leader Mustafa Kamal on Tuesday said that federal and provincial government should not consider the people of Karachi orphan after rifts in MQM.

Mustafa Kamal’s press conference comes in the wake of MQM Pakistan distancing itself from anti-Pakistan statements made from party offices in London.

Speaking to the media in Karachi, he said that MQM had an 85pc mandate of urban areas of Sindh.

PSP leader said that party workers should not be mistreated due to MQM chief’s inflammatory speech.

“What kind of a disease is this in which you become RAW’s agent?” Kamal questioned while criticising MQM chief.

He said that people should decide themselves who is wrong and who is right.

He again reiterated his opinion about Farooq Sattar and said that MQM leader was innocent.

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