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Mustafa Kamal speaks out against non-selection of Balochistan players in PSL

KARACHI: PSP Chairman Syed Mustafa Kamal criticised the decision to neglect Baloch players and not select them for the third edition of the Pakistan Super League, on Wednesday. In a video message, the PSP chief said that while the PSL was a welcome edition in the country, it was disappointing that not one Baloch player…

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Faisal Vawda didn’t inform party about MQM-PSP meeting: Imran

ISLAMABAD: PTI chief Imran Khan said on Tuesday that party leader Faisal Vawda had attended the MQM-PSP meeting without informing him or anyone else. Speaking exclusively in Nadeem Malik Live, Imran said that he had heard about Faisal Vawda being present in MQM-PSP meetings from Nadeem Malik’s program. “Arif Alvi, who is the President of…

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Was PTI’s Faisal Vawda present in MQM-PSP meetings?

KARACHI: MQM-Pakistan representative Khawaja Izhar said on Monday that he could not answer for sure whether PTI leader Faisal Vawda was present in the MQM-PSP meetings or not. Speaking exclusively to SAMAA TV, Khawaja Izhar said that he could not answer the question whether Faisal Vawda was present in the PSP-MQM meetings or not since…

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80,000 have joined PSP: Mustafa Kamal

KARACHI: Chief of Pakistan Sarzameen Party (PSP) Syed Mustafa Kamal has claimed that 80,000  people have joined his party, Samaa reported. Speaking on Monday, Kamal said that people are not joining their ranks for self-interests. “The party is getting stronger and stronger,” he said. The PSP chief said that he will not include any one…

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Musharraf says new alliance can beat PPP, PML-N

KARACHI: Former president General (retd) Pervez Musharraf has claimed that his 23-party alliance can beat PPP in Sindh and PML-N in Punjab in next general elections, Samaa reported Sunday. This he said in a video message. The former military ruler was of the view that Muttahida Qaumi Movement-Pakistan (MQM-P) and Pak Sarzameen Party (PSP) attempted…

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If my mother was alive, I would never use her for politics: Kamal slams Farooq Sattar

KARACHI: PSP chief Syed Mustafa Kamal on Saturday slammed MQM-Pakistan chief Dr Farooq Sattar chastising him indirectly for using his mother for political purposes.  Addressing party supporters, Kamal lashed out at Farooq Sattar for speaking like a hypocrite. “I don’t know how to indulge in this politics of hypocrisy,” he said. “If my mother was…

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Ninety-percent of PSP’s total workers want to join MQM-P: Faisal Sabzwari

KARACHI: MQM-Pakistan leader Faisal Sabzwari made tall claims on Saturday when he said that ninety-percent of PSP workers and supporters were in contact with his party’s leadership and were ready to jump ship.  Speaking to media personnel, the veteran MQM-Pakistan leader said that Mustafa Kamal’s politics was about to end soon as his party workers…

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I helped recover 70 Mohajir missing persons out of 100: Mustafa Kamal

KARACHI: PSP chief Syed Mustafa Kamal said on Saturday that he had helped recover 70 Mohajir persons who were missing out of 100 and returned them to their mothers.  “I helped return 70 missing Mohajir persons to their mothers but then Farooq Sattar issued a statement inquiring why missing persons were being found from Khayaban-e-Sehar,”…

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MQM-P was created in the office of ex-DG Rangers Sindh: Mustafa Kamal

KARACHI: PSP chief Syed Mustafa Kamal on Saturday claimed that MQM-Pakistan was made in the office of ex-DG Rangers Sindh General Bilal Akbar following the August 22 speech by Altaf Hussain.  “MQM-Pakistan was made in the office of Major General Bilal Akbar, who was then DG Rangers Sindh,” he said. “I am sick and tired…

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Establishment arranged meeting between us and Farooq Sattar: Mustafa Kamal

KARACHI: PSP chief Syed Mustafa Kamal said on Saturday that the establishment arranged a meeting between him and Dr Farooq Sattar at the behest of the latter.  “Yes, the establishment arranged a meeting between us and Farooq Sattar at his behest,” he said. “When we arrived there, Sattar was already present.” PSP chief Syed Mustafa…

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Mustafa Kamal hits back at Farooq Sattar

Karachi: At a fiery press conference, Pak Sarzameen Party (PSP) chief Mustafa Kamal on Saturday responded Muttahida Qaumi Movement-Pakistan chief Farooq Sattar.   Live Updates   2:50 pm – Mustafa Kamal assured that there will be no fighting between PSP and MQM. “We will clock all graveyards, nobody will be killed. The people of Karachi…

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Mustafa Kamal to counter Farooq Sattar’s charges today

KARACHI: Pak Sarzameen Party (PSP) Chairman Mustafa Kamal is all set to respond to MQM-P chief Farooq Sattar’s charges regarding humiliation of ‘Mohajir community’ today (Saturday). Mustafa Kamal issued a brief message to media on Friday, asking Sattar to hold on for his response. PSP leader will visit central district of the mega city along…

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PSP-MQM alliance: Battle of Karachi throne begins

With apology to Shakespeare, ‘Uncertainty Thy Name Is Politics’ especially when it comes to Pakistan which saw a U-turn late Wednesday as Muttahida Quami Movement-Pakistan (MQM-P) and Pak Sarzameen Party (PSP) joined hands for the upcoming elections. Addressing a joint press conference, top leaders of the two parties i.e. Farooq Sattar and Syed Mustafa Kamal…

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Farooq Sattar talks about ‘pressure’ exerted on him to form PSP coalition

KARACHI: MQM chief Dr Farooq Sattar on Friday talked about the pressure that was exerted on him to form a coalition with Syed Mustafa Kamal’s PSP. In a detailed interview on SAMAA TV’s Awaz program, Sattar said that intellectuals, traders and mutual friends had urged him to form a political alliance with PSP. “I had…

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MQM-P forced to return to Mohajir politics: Farooq Sattar

Dr. Farooq Sattar said his party has been forced to revert to Mohajir politics, adding the major parties are not doing national politics as they claim. Watch what else he said.

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Video: Farooq Sattar’s U-turn

Farooq Sattar announced to renounce politics leaving his admirers among leaders and workers of the party excessively emotional. Sattar has to reverse his decision as his mother ordered him to do so. Let’s view what happened.

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MQMP-PSP alliance: What happened in just one day? 

The Muttahida Quami Movement-Pakistan (MQM-P) and Pak Sarzameen Party (PSP) entered into a bond of love on November 8; however, they parted ways the very next day even before any joint venture takes place.  Watch what happened yesterday in contrast with what happened the day before.

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Mustafa Kamal reacts to Farooq Sattar flipflop

PSP Chief Syed Mustafa Kamal laughed away the recent outbursts by MQM-P leader Dr. Farooq Sattar. Watch how he reacted to new announcement by Dr. Farooq Sattar.

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Dr Farooq Sattar to hold important press conference today

KARACHI: MQM-Pakistan chief Dr Farooq Sattar will hold an important press conference on Thursday. Not much has been learned as to what Dr Farooq Sattar will say during his press conference but political pundits are of the opinion that it will be a setback for the unstable alliance between MQM and PSP that started to…

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Amir Khan revolts against MQM-PSP alliance

KARACHI: Senior MQM-Pakistan leader Amir Khan said on Thursday that he categorically rejected the demand to dissolve MQM and contest elections under a new symbol or party. “I am standing by the name of MQM and its election symbol,” he said. “Will disclose my next plan of action after meeting with the Rabita Committee.” Read:…

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Is a ‘minus Farooq Sattar’ formula in the works?

KARACHI: After Farooq Sattar did not arrive at a party meeting of MQM-Pakistan on Thursday to preside over a meeting, speculations were rife that a minus Farooq Sattar formula was in the works. After MQM-Pakistan chief Dr Farooq Sattar excused himself from attending the party’s important meeting rumours were doing the rounds that Sattar was…

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