KARACHI: In a surprising move, Muttahida Qaumi Movement-Pakistan (MQM-P) former deputy convener Kamran Tessori chose to sit among party workers and listen to party leaders’ speeches during the MQM-P rally in Liaquatabad’s Tanki ground on Saturday.
Tessori, who used to address crowd at every MQM rally since he joined the party, stayed among workers and cameramen from media houses had to actually look for him among the crowd listening to the MQM-P faction leaders’ speeches during the rally which brought the party’s PIB and Bahadurabad leaders on one stage.
The party’s former deputy convener also had to stay outside the MQM-P’s Bahadurabad office wherein Sattar and Siddiqui announced holding of this joint rally in Liaquatabad.
It is pertinent to note here that it was Tessori’s nomination for a Senate ticket which divided MQM into PIB and Bahadarabad groups in February but Tessori, a gold trader by profession, had time and again expressed his resolve to serve the party as a worker whether he gets a party position or a lawmaker’s status or not.
Tessori who remained member of the Pakistan Muslim League-Functional (PML-F) in the past joined MQM-P last year was elevated to the post of deputy convener by then party chief Farooq Sattar. He also contested the PS-114 by-election for MQM-P against the Pakistan Peoples Party’s (PPP) Saeed Ghani but lost.
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