United National Movement Pakistan: Federal Minister for Information Technology Khalid Maqbool Siddiqui announced to resign

United National Movement Pakistan: Federal Minister for Information Technology Khalid Maqbool Siddiqui announced to resign

United Nations Movement Pakistan's Convenor and Federal Minister for Information and Technology Khalid Maqbool Siddiqui has announced his resignation from the ministry.

Talking to media representatives in Karachi on Sunday, he said that the pledges made by the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf government with him during the formation of the government were not fulfilled, after which it is useless to sit in the federal cabinet.

However, he said that his party promised to cooperate with the PTI would continue. Remember that MQM has two federal ministries. Apart from Khalid Maqbool Siddiqui, MQM leader Frogh Nassim has a law firm.

MQM Convener said that MQM Pakistan did not demand the Federal Ministry of Law and Justice from the PTI at the time of forming the government, so that Prabhu Nassim would continue to fulfill his responsibilities.

Referring to Farah Naseem, he said, "We were told that the government needs a lawyer like Puroh Naseem for democracy, law, justice and accountability in Pakistan." The government had taken them as per their need and need of Pakistan. '

He said that two separate memorandums of understanding were signed between him and the government which included points on 'Stability of democracy in Pakistan, establishment of justice and merit and development of urban areas'.

Khalid Maqbool Siddiqui further said that after almost 17 months after the formation of the government, if there was no progress at any one point, it would be difficult for him to remain in the ministry and the people of Sindh's urban areas would not be able to handle the situation. Continue to confront those who were before joining their government.

". If these points were being processed or we were seeing delays due to some compulsions in this regard, we might have waited a little longer. '

He said that the 'lack of seriousness' in this regard also compelled him to make this decision.

The United Nations leader said that there had been detailed discussions with the Liaison Committee on this matter and all had come to the conclusion that it was useless to sit in the cabinet.

Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, chairman of Pakistan Peoples Party, offered anonymity to the ministries' offer to the Muttahida Qaumi Movement a few days ago, pointing to anonymity and said, "Today's announcement is not related to this proposal."

He said that two ministries were sought from the PTI during the formation of the government, but that demand was not met. He said that because he was a minister on behalf of the MQM, he was announcing the decision of the Liaison Committee today.

The PM's Assistant Special Information says that his legitimate demands will be met and reservations will be removed by contacting MQM Pakistan.

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