HYDERABAD: The chief of Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) Pakistan Farooq Sattar said that elections would decide that who owns Hyderabad.
Farooq Sattar also announced that they would go to Supreme Court (SC) to question about rigging, power/authority of local bodies and jobs in Sindh.
He also said that MQM Pakistan would showcase their power in Hyderabad on 17 February. He added that new housing blocks have appeared out of nowhere ahead of the census.
Farooq Sattar revealed that in 2012 there were 18,500 houses in urban areas whereas there were 16,500 houses in rural areas of Sindh but now number of houses in rural areas has increased and it is a conspiracy to decrease the population of urban areas. - NNI