Karachi deputy mayor Arshad Vohra quits MQM-P, joins PSP

Karachi deputy mayor Arshad Vohra quits MQM-P, joins PSP

Karachi (Staff Report): Muttahida Quami Movement Pakistan (MQM-P) leader and Karachi Deputy Mayor Arshad Vohra on Sunday announced to join the Mustafa Kamal-led Pakistan Sarzameen Party (PSP).


While addressing a press conference along with PSP leader Anis Qaimkhani at PSP House in Karachi, Vohra said that he is grateful to the people of Karachi who gave them mandate. “Unfortunately, could not deliver to the people of Karachi,” he lamented.

Vohra, explaining his reasons for joining the PSP, said that the MQM-P under Sattar's leadership "lacked vision".

Vohra claimed that many people wanted to switch sides and they will eventually join.

"Farooq Sattar, you held a press conference a few days ago. If you have any moral standing, you will ask all your party representatives to resign," Qaimkhani said, referring to the MQM-P leader's warning last Sunday that all the party's lawmakers would resign from parliament if any of its elected representatives were "forced to switch loyalties".