From our Correspondent
ISLAMABAD: Muttahida Qaumi Movement-Pakistan (MQM) MNA Syed Ali Raza Abidi tendered his resignation from the National Assembly today.
According to details, he has written a letter to Speaker Ayaz Sadiq in view of his resignation on account of some political as well as private reasons, sharing it largely on his twitter account as well.
Moreover, it is pertinent to mention that after following a joint presser held by MQM-P chief Farooq Sattar and Pak Sarzameen party Chairman Mustafa Kamal in which both parties announced a political alliance for upcoming general elections, at that moment, Abidi had tweeted that “I announce to quit MQM-P and resign from NA-251 as this is not what I believed in and stood for.”
Furthermore, the alliance didn’t lasted for more than a day, as Sattar announced his abrupt decision to resign from the post of MQM-P chief and after a short interval returned back as the MQM-P chief. On the other hand, today, Abidi has announced on the micro-blogging platform that he had been invited by the speaker to submit his resignation in person on Wednesday.
Abidi added that, the foremost reasons for his resignations includes “the four-year operation in Karachi, its motives, interventions, its results and the future,” his incompetency to serve the people of the city aptly, census results, local government powers and lastly don’t want to be a part electoral alliance with the PSP.