Addressing a women’s gathering in Karachi’s Saddar Town, Khalid Maqbool Siddiqui, the convener of Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) Pakistan, emphasized that February 8 is a day for Pakistan to undergo transformation, urging for a revolution through elections rather than selection.
Siddiqui spoke passionately about the revolutionary spirit within the MQM, stating that they are catalysts for change across Pakistan, shouldering the responsibility of bringing about a nationwide revolution.
He declared that this time, there is no threat or intimidation; instead, there is a call for equality and dialogue. The foundation of their discourse, he noted, is built on the principles of equality.
Highlighting the commitment to a fair and just electoral process, Siddiqui expressed that their struggle aims to lead the entirety of Pakistan. He projected confidence in their efforts, proclaiming that within 40 days, victory will be achieved.
Siddiqui stressed the significance of achieving results through votes, advocating for the power of the ballot over monetary influences. He underscored the rejection of corruption within the political landscape, specifically pointing out the alleged corruption within the Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) over the last 15 years.
This call for an electoral revolution on February 8 signals MQM-Pakistan’s intent to shape the political landscape through democratic means. The emphasis on equality, dialogue, and rejection of corruption positions MQM-Pakistan as a force aspiring for positive change through the electoral process. As Pakistan approaches this pivotal date, the political dynamics are likely to see increased momentum and engagement.