Karachi: Chief Minister Sindh Syed Qaim Ali Shah has announced withdrawal of Pakistan Peoples’ Party candidates from two seats in favour of Muttahida Qaumi Movement in Azad Jammu and Kashmir election.
Addressing a joint press conference at Governor House in Karachi in the wee hours of Tuesday, CM Sindh welcomed Governor Sindh back for joining his office, saying his efforts for peace could not be forgotten. He said that the PPP left two seats for the MQM in the AJK election on the constituencies of LA 30 and 36.
He said the PPP and the MQM were good allies in the past and would continue their reconciliation policy for the betterment of Pakistan. He said people of Karachi would get benefits from his return.
Governor Sindh Dr Ishratul EbadKhan said that they would try to resolve the core issues between both the parties. He said ups and down were part of politics but all the issues could be resolved through dialogues.
He said, “I took the charge of Governor Sindh on the direction of Muttahida Qaumi Movement Chief Altaf Hussain and I left the office on his direction too. And now on the direction of Altaf Hussain, I am joining my office again and serve the people of Sindh, especially people of Karachi.”
Dr Khan said this is a great honour that Altaf Hussain again give him a chance to serve the nation. He also appreciated the efforts of President Asif Ali Zardari and Altaf Hussain for the larger interest of Pakistan.