MQM leader congratulates PTI leader

Altaf Hussain, who is the chief of the Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM), has recently commented on the chief of Pakistan Tehrek-e-Insaf (PTI) Imran Khan’s rally by saying that the leader should have presented the public with the manifesto of his party. Altaf
Hussain also suggested that Imran Khan should not have indulged himself in blaming other parties and their leaders on corruption and other matters.

Having said that, Altaf Hussain also extended his congratulations to the PTI leader on conducting a successful rally in Karachi.

The rally that Imran Khan held in Karachi took place this Sunday. The venue of the rally was the Quaid’s Mausoleum. The leader of the PTI was received with enthusiasm and heartfelt welcome by the people that were present at the gathering. The audience that
heard Imran Khan speak in Karachi contained people that belonged to all walks of life and it also included people of all age groups.

The leader of the MQM also commented on the current political situation prevailing in the country and in the light of the political scenario in Pakistan, Altaf Hussain deemed the rally of Imran Khan a success. Not only that, the leader of MQM also added
that the rally was made by the leader of the PTI at the most appropriate time.

According to the estimate given by the PTI, the number of people that attended the rally were close to 450,000. The estimate amount is based on the reasoning that as the total holding capacity of the Quaid’s Mausoleum is 250,000 and given that the roads
in the vicinity of the Mazar-e-Quaid were also jam packed, the amount of people present to hear the address of Imran Khan must be around the figure quoted by PTI Sindh.

On the other hand, a senior police officer present at the rally quoted a different figure. According to the police officer, the number of people that were present to hear the leader of the PTI speak were 300,000. The senior officer quoted the figure after
including the people on the roads with the people that were present at the Quaid’s Mausoleum.