MQM-P’s Shabbir Ahmed Qaimkhani joins PSP | Pakistan
KARACHI: Shabbir Ahmed Kaymhani, another member of the Muttahida Movement, Kaumi-Pakistan (MQM-P) joined the Pak Sarsamen Party (PSP), Geo News reported.
Kaimkhani officially announced his decision earlier today at a press conference with PSP head Mustafa Kamal at the Pakistani House.
"We are not here for personal gain," said Kamal, referring to the media, "The reason for our struggle is to improve people's living conditions," he said.
Imposing in federal and provincial governments to reduce the load on gas and electricity, the former Karachi mayor asked Said Murad Ali Shah, Chief Minister Sind, to take suo motu notice of prolonged and unannounced electricity outages in the city.
Emphasizing that Karachi is the backbone of Pakistan, the PSP chairman asked that electricity be provided to the metropolis, "The country will collapse if Karachi ceases to function."
"There is no such thing as governance in the country," he added.
Kaymhani – Former Minister of Excise and Taxation Sindh – (19459010)
Kaymhani left MQM-P a few days after Mehbob Alam with the IPA Saifuddin Khalid and Muhammad Kamran took sides led by Mustafa Kamal
Prior to this April 4, MQM-P MP Muhammad Muzamil Qureshi, who belonged to the MQM-P faction headed by Farouk Sattar, joined the PSP.
In April 1, Vasim Hussein, MQM-P MNA from Hyderabad, announced its decision to join the PSP, while on March 29, MQM-P MNA Dr Fouzia Hameed announced the same.
Prior to the above, two women's provincial legislators MQM-P – MPAs Naheed Begum and Naila Munir – on March 28 they jumped onto the ship.