‘Rigging was carried out during counting and not during polling,’ says Farooq Sattar.
Let's see how the shrinking Karachi-based group's latest alliance with another soon-to-be ruling party lasts.
"Whole Pakistan needs MQM-P’s six seats."
With just six seats, the MQM-P has become an important factor in national politic.
Congratulates Imran Khan on delivering a ‘revolutionary speech’
Cracks reappear in Muttahida as Farooq Sattar attends JUI-F’s multi-party conference.
Party’s poor showing in polls comes as a surprise because it was thought to have been created by the establishment.
ISLAMABAD/LAHORE/KARACHI: With the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf poised to form the new government at the Centre...
Imran, PPP criticised for ‘ignoring’ Karachi.
JI has a sizeable vote bank in the urban areas of the constituency
Considering NA-255 a safe seat, the party has fielded its convener Dr Khalid Maqbool Siddiqui.
Seventeen in the run for the NA seat previously won by MQM with huge margins.
The party no longer exists in its original form.
The PSP chairman says water has become the biggest problem of Karachi.
PSP says employees of civic bodies posted as polling staff to carry out large-scale rigging.
The upcoming polls will be the first litmus test of the anti-Altaf Hussain stance Musatafa Kamal took two years ago.
16,000 polling agents is the number a party needs to man all polling stations in Karachi on July 25 ...
Muttahida announces its candidates; Farooq Sattar in the run.
But it’s not as though they unite [in Karachi] on the basis of mere Pakhtun nationalism. They have always supported...
PSP chairman Syed Mustafa Kamal is taking part in the election from NA-253.