KARACHI: With a difference among office bearers over joining former ally Pakistan Peoples Party in Sindh government or not persists, Muttahida Qaumi Movement holds referendum to decide the future move.
With its workers involving people, shop keepers and employees in the polling, camps have been established throughout the metropolitan.
Earlier, leader Altaf Hussain had asked his party office bearers to hold poll to decide whether or not to join the provincial government or not.
A senior analyst Idrees Bakhtiar said that chances were high that the former allies could get together again in Sindh.
An MQM statement says camps in all the four provinces and Azad Kashmir have been set up to enable the party workers and supporters to express their opinion.
Muttahida Qaumi Movement’s referendum to solicit opinion from the people whether or not to join the Sindh government is in progress across the country today.