Muttahida Qaumi Movement Pakistan leader Farooq Sattar found himself in hot water as he attempted to woo voters in his home constituency in Karachi, SAMAA TV reported Friday.
Sattar faced the estranged voters when he mingled with the people after Jumma prayers in the famous Memon mosque at Bolton Market.
“Go and seek Allah’s repentance, you people burnt many citizens in Baldia Town,” said an elderly man, referring to MQM’s alleged involvement in 2012 factory fire that perished at least 260 labourers.
“I’m not here for myself but for the party. I need your vote and support,” said Farooq Sattar.
He is contesting the July 25 election from two National Assembly constituencies, NA-245 and NA-247.