MQM-P finalises candidates from Karachi after Rabita Committee meeting | Pakistan

KARACHI: The Bahadurabad faction of the Muttahida Qaumi Motion-Pakistan (MQM-P) has finalised its record of candidates who might be contesting within the upcoming common elections of 2018, the political social gathering’s Rabita Committee mentioned Wednesday after a gathering of its members.

Sources knowledgeable Geo Information that Ali Raza Abidi might be going through off Imran Khan within the NA-243 constituency, Mahfooz Yaar Khan might be towards Bilawal Bhutto Zardari in NA-246, and Usama Qadri will compete with Mustafa Kamal in NA-253.

Then again, Khalid Maqbool Siddiqui might be contesting the overall elections from the NA-255 constituency whereas Dr Farooq Sattar will achieve this from NA-247 and NA-245.

Sattar excuses himself from contesting elections

MQM-P chief Farooq Sattar says he doesn’t wish to contest within the Basic Election 2018/ Geo Information display screen seize

Muttahida Qaumi Motion-Pakistan chief Farooq Sattar mentioned that he doesn’t aspire to contest the elections. “I’ve requested the Bahadurabad faction to resolve upon the matter,” mentioned Sattar.

The MQM-P chief was addressing a press convention, hours after the social gathering’s Bahadurabad faction finalised a listing of candidates who might be contesting within the upcoming common elections of 2018.

Sattar mentioned that the choice concerning his software needs to be determined upon till night.

The MQM-P senior chief mentioned that he has given his record of candidates to social gathering convener Khalid Maqbool Siddiqui. 

“There needs to be no quota for Bahadurabad and PIB factions,” he mentioned. 

He mentioned he went to Bahadurabad and acquired a heat welcome. Sattar additional mentioned that the MQM-Pakistan is a single social gathering and has ‘kite’ as its election image. 

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