KARACHI: Former mayor Karachi Mustafa Kamal has on Sunday announced to hold first rally of his newly unnamed party in the second week of April.
“The public gathering would be held in front of Quaid’s Mausoleum. People all over from Pakistan are contacting us. Time will tell how big our first political gathering will be,” he said while talking to media outside his residence in Karachi.
He thanked Pakistanis for their confidence upon him and said people were coming to them in groups. People had put new responsibilities on their shoulders.
Earlier, he held around 15 minutes meeting with the Federal Investigation Agency Sindh Director Shahid Hayat in connection with the allegations leveled by him against the MQM’s top leadership.
“Shahid Hayat has asked us to share evidence of Altaf’s involvement with RAW,” he said.
Kamal had accused Muttahida Qaumi Movement Chief Altaf Hussain of having links with India’s Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) and claimed the party had been receiving funds from the agency.