Engineered politics can never work, Farooq Sattar

Muttahida Qaumi Movement-Pakistan’s Head Farooq Sattar is addressing a press conference following party’s high-level meeting.
“Engineered politics can never work,” he remarked, adding “politics will take its natural course.” The rule of democracy is simple, the leader who wins the hearts of the people is the one who will eventually rule, he said.
“An important decision will be announced and I will also explain the reasons behind it,” he remarked.
“My words are very important, as I am the head of Pakistan’s fourth largest party according to the National Assembly, third largest party in the Senate, second biggest party in Sindh and the biggest party for the people of Karachi.”
“I started my political career with All Pakistan Muttahidda Students Organization, which was created on June 11, 1978. I joined APMSO in 1979,” he said.
“We are in politics to save Pakistan,” he said, adding “Muhajirs and their mandate was insulted yesterday.”
He also remarked, “I have never abused my power for personal gains.”
Sattar requested the media organisations to probe into the wealth of all the major political leaders from different parties. “Politicians and heads of all parties should be held accountable regarding their assets and funds. Nation needs to know who is leading them.”
“I never ran away from the country [unlike other political leaders], I have always stayed with my workers and supporters,” he said.
“I willing to be held accountable in front of the entire nation.”
“Welcome all party members, supporters and workers. Also, thank all media organisations for coming to cover across this press conference on such a short notice,” he said in his opening note.
MQM-P’s meeting was chaired by Rabita Committee Deputy Convener Kanwar Naveed Jamil, as Sattar decided to skip it.
After the meeting, MQM-P members including Kamran Tessori, Nasreen Jalil, Wasim Akhtar had reached Sattar’s residence to “pacify him”.
“Sattar bhai is upset,” Tessori told the media, adding” we have come here to pacify him”.
However, sources suggested that Sattar refused to meet the party leaders.