Karachi (July 15, 2017): Former leader of Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) Saleem Shehzad on Saturday announced to form his own political party.
Talking to media outside Anti-terrorism Court (ATC) in Karachi, Shehzad said that for serving masses he need a platform so he would found his own political party.
He added that people were ready to support and join him for development and cleanliness of Karachi.
The former MQM leader said that he had not yet proposed any name of his party.
To a question, he said that he would not go to meet Farooq Sattar or any others, saying that he is senior than them. “If they came to me then I am open to talk,” Shahzad said.
Regarding the prevailing political situation, Saleem Shahzad said that Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif should not resign.
He added that all parties must wait for the verdict of the apex court. I did not consider the JIT report as final, he opined.