PPP formally invites MQM to join Sindh govt, Amin Faheem

Published May 22, 2013
Senior PPP leader, Makhdoom Amin Fahim.—File Photo
Senior PPP leader, Makhdoom Amin Fahim.—File Photo

ISLAMABAD: President of the Pakistan Peoples Party – Parliamentarians (PPPP) Makhdoom Amin Fahim said on Wednesday that his party had formally invited the Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) to from a coalition government in Sindh, DawnNews reported.

The senior PPP leader said that the people of Sindh had given a heavy mandate to the PPP and MQM, adding that his party would form the provincial government in Sindh and continue the people friendly policies.

He further said that the PPP had invited the MQM to join the provincial government and that talks with regards over formation a government had been initiated.

Mahdoom Amin said that both the party would soon enter the phase of negotiating the setup of a government.

The stalwart politician said that the PPP accepted the results of the recently held historic polls despite reservations.

Meanwhile, MQM leaders when contacted said that the party’s role in provincial government would come to the forefront in a few days adding that the party leader ship would not disappoint the mandate of the people of Sindh, especially Karachi.

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