As per details, a delegation of MQM led by Governor Sindh Dr Ishratul Ebad held a meeting with President Asif Ali Zardari and apprize him their reservations. The President assured the MQM delegation that all the grievances of MQM would be resolved on priority basis.
The leaders held the reconciliation is essential for democratic stability in the country.
Well-placed sources informed Online the negotiations between President Asif Ali Zardari and MQM proved fruitful and in the meantime, President said the government will take along its allies.
During the negotiations with MQM leaders held at Bilawal House here to redress their reservations, said negotiations process would be kept up and the government will take its allies all along.
President reiterated the resolve to continue Benazir Bhutto’s policy and concertedly tackle all troubles facing the country. He said the government cruised into the corridors of power through democratic path, maintaining all problems of the people will be done away with
Earlier Federal Interior Minister Rehman A. Malik held a meeting first in London with Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) chief Altaf Hussain and later in Karachi with President Asif Ali Zardari to apprise the latter about the meeting with Muttahida chief.
Later on, Sindh Governor Dr Ishratul Ebad Khan joined the duo in the meeting, where issues regarding the relations between the two parties were finalized. Also, consensus was achieved during the meeting that Muttahida will end its boycott of National Assembly, Senate and Sindh Assembly.
Talking to media Interior Minister Rehman Malik said the meeting took place amid extremely amicable atmosphere and the two parties reached consensus not to allow any third force to poke its nose between the two parties.
MQM senior leader Farooq Sattar said that President Zardari and Federal Minister Malik assured that action would be taken against the criminal elements in any party including People’s Peace Committee.
Two sides also discussed a road map to address MQM’s concerns and reformation of PPP-MQM core committees.