KARACHI: The Muttahida Qaumi Movement (Pakistan) is unhappy with the ruling party because the leaders of the Karachi-based party believe that the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf didn’t deliver on its promises.
Talking to media after appearing before Anti Terrorism Court (ATC) in the provocative speech case of Altaf Hussain he said that “It is unfortunate that Prime Minister came to Karachi and announced Rs162 billion for Karachi but we didn’t even get Rs1billion from that Rs162billion,” senior MQM-P leader Amir Khan said.
“We have reservations over the results of the election but let’s accept their people were elected but what they delivered to people of Karachi,” Amir Khan said.
The ruling party can’t stay in power without the support of its allies. The PTI could lose its government if the MQM withdraws its support.
However, Khan said his party doesn’t want to “derail the system” by withdrawing the support. But he added that the MQM-P workers and the people of Karachi have been left disappointed.