|3-day ultimatum to PPP: MQM|
25 September 2012
KARACHI: Muttahida Quami Movement (MQM) has given a three-day ultimatum to Pakistan People's Party (PPP) to fulfill their 'valid' demands.
In a warning issued by MQM, the PPP has been urged to meet MQM's 'valid' demands within 3 days or else it will sit in the opposition benches.
According to MQM, the PPP despite repeated assurances has failed to meet its demands and in this situation, working together is becoming impossible for MQM as the PPP mistook our tolerance and sincerity as our weakness.
The MQM Rabitta Committee has said that its demands were for the welfare of the nation and like the past, people were prepared to sacrifice and go through testing times in the future as well.
The decision of the ultimatum was taken at a joint session of the Rabitta committees of both London and Karachi.
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