PPP and MQM Revival Would Be Decline for PTI

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So is true for the Muttahidda Qaumi Movement (MQM) in Karachi. If they get themselves organized and strengthened again, they would regain the votes they lost to the Imran Khan’s Tehrik-e-Insaaf. It would be a very hard task for MQM though, as they totally failed to deliver peace and progress to the people of Karachi in the last five years. Altaf Hussain says that he has started cleansing of his party and would not tolerate any black sheep. He has asked the land grabbers and donation asking people to leave the party. He has dissolved the coordination committee and the organizational committee of the Karachi metropolitan. That won’t resolve anything. The problem of MQM lies at the top. I agree with Maria Sultan when she says that the Altaf Hussain has become the burden for his own party.

PPP and MQM Revival Would Be Decline for PTIAltaf Hussain and his close aides in London are still living in the 80s and 90s and are not aware and ready to accept the changed ground realities in their stronghold. They still believe that through fear, threats, and coercing they can control the city. Altaf Hussain is very angry in London with his Karachi leadership as why they allowed PTI to get votes in first place. Altaf cannot believe that even the compromised electronic media of Pakistan has started uttering some voices against them.  That is why he is calling the names.
This is very hard time for the MQM. Altaf Hussain is now old and ill and away from Karachi for a long long time. His grip on party is much weaker than before.He cannot even change the governor Ishrat ul Ebad, who listens to Zardari now instead of him. Sand is slipping through the hands of head honcho in London. We can safely say that MQM is on the to self-annihilation until something drastic happens at their very top leadership. And also in very near future we could also see him arrested for ordering the murder of Imran Farooq. Same is the case with PPP. Asif Ali Zardari has damaged the PPP more than Zia and Nawaz or any other opponent. PPP has literally shrunk to the Sindh and has only managed to get majority due to the massive rigging in rural Sindh where no law works and media also ignored that area. PTI has pulled almost all votes of PPP from KPK and Punjab except few seats. During next five years, both PML-N and PTI would surely venture into interior Sindh and try to grab PPP chunk. If PPP still goes with MQM and make Owais Muzzaffar Tuppi or Qaim Ali Shah their chief minister and play the same game, they are doomed. One thing is clear.
PTI is now inversely proportional to the PPP and MQM. It would be hard for PTI to snatch vote base from PML-N as compared to getting votes out of the bags of PPP and MQM. PML-N stands solid, whereas PPP and MQM are on retreat and cornered. It would be political prudent for Imran Khan to focus first on Sindh, especially in Karachi, and then after capturing that, he would have all the time in world to lock horns with PML-N. And I believe that the two party system comprising of PML-N and PTI would be good for Pakistan as both have progressive outlook.
Blog post Written by Sameer Shaharyar and You can visit the original article at http://www.pkhope.com/
Tags : PPP, MQM, Decline, PTI, Politics, Altaf Hussain, Imran Khan, Asif Ali Zardari, Elections, Parties, Organization, Votes, Seats, Government, Pakistan, Punjab, Sindh, PML-N, Karachi

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