Karachi (HRNW): The Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) Sunday challenged the Pak Sarzameen Party (PSP) of Mustafa Kamal to contest election from any constituency of Karachi to prove that the MQM has lost its grip on the city.“If they contest election, they would get to know how much popular they are,” MQM leader Muhammad Hussain said while addressing a press conference at Nine-Zero.

Hussain accused the PSP of hatching a conspiracy to mislead masses and said that the MQM would foil such conspiracies.

The MQM leader said their members of the provincial assembly (MPAs) and workers are getting telephone calls and that they are being asked to join PSP.

Commenting on Musatafa Kamal’s demand of banning MQM for their alleged connections with Indian spy agency RAW, Hussain said: “Each worker of the party has always been loyal to the country”, calling Mustafa Kamal “the biggest traitor”.

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