KARACHI: Two female members of the Sindh Parliament’s Mtta Mita Movement (MQM) joined the Pak Sarzameen Party (PSP) on Wednesday.
MPA Naila Latif was elected in a special seat in Karachi, while Naheed Begum represented Sukkur.
At a joint meeting, two female politicians said that they tried their best to save MQM. However, the stubbornness of leaders and personal interests have seriously affected the parties.
At the same time, PSP Chairman Mustafa Kamal invited members of two MQM groups to join his party and demanded that Karachi youth such as FATA and Balochistan be banned and brought into the national mainstream.
Prior to that, Shamshad Guri, the deputy chairman of the Muharji Kumil movement Hakiqi, and Kasiv Mughal and Russ joined the PSP.
Speaking on this occasion, Kamel said people will leave their party after being impressed by PSP’s political philosophy. He also claimed that his party will win Sindh’s 2018 opinion poll and that PSP candidates will be selected as the chief minister of Sindh.