Karachi’s former mayor Mustafa Kamal on Monday managed to pull MQM leader Dr. Sagheer Ahmed into his party fold.
Ahmed on the occasion also announced his resignation from the provincial assembly seat, which he was elected to, reports Dawn.
Ahmed clarified that he was present on his own volition, adding he has not been in contact with anybody.
Ahmed expressing confidence said those with conscience will come and join the party, stating that there was no reason to be afraid of.
Ahmed said that he had to break relationship with his family members as he kept on defending MQM leader Altaf Hussain.
He elaborated that he along with all other party members had served Altaf as if he was a god.
Stating that this community’s patriotism has become a joke, Ahmed said that his biggest difference with the MQM was that it used party workers like tissue papers.