#MustafaKamal Iterates 'Na-Maloom' Party's Manifesto Same as MQMs
In an astounding turn of events former Muttahida Qaumi Movement's activist-cum-leader, Mustafa Kamal, announced creation of a new party antithesis to the ideology of its ex-patron party.
In a speech that lasted nearly two hours, he announced the formation of a new political party, which he said is yet to be named. He raised a Pakistani flag and said it is the official emblem of his newly launched organisation representing all that respect the color.
Expressing 'Na-maloom' party's manifesto, he said that we wish people from all walks to life to join lest be of any creed, regligion, ethnicity, etc. The manifesto is a verbatim of his ex-party to devolve Local Government System empowerment to the grass root level, addressing Urban-Rural integration and bring about new provinces.
Please look to clause 9 of MQM's Manifesto page http://www.mqm.org/manifesto2013
Apart from the known agenda, he added favoring a presidential rule in Pakistan, taking powers from the parliamentarians giving it to the chief executive. He states that law makers duty should only be to jot down bills in the parliament, whereas implementation should be someone else's job.
The fact of not having a name to his organization reflects ulterior agendas', with speculations made by critics. They suggest and forecast a merger or an affiliation with another national party.
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