DUBAI: Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) and Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) may again form a coalition government in Sindh as PPP has allegedly offered 5 miniseries to MQM in a meeting on Sunday, media reported.
MQM has not decided to accept the offer but it really appreciated the efforts from PPP.
MQM will discuss the offer with its leaders before jumping into any partnership.
According to sources, both the parties have taken some crucial decisions mutually on many important issues.
Nadeem Nusrat, MQM Coordination Committee Deputy Convener, met with Asif Ali Zardari in Dubai. Governor Sindh, Dr Isharat-ul-Ebad and Senator Rehman Malik were also present in the meeting.
Nadeem Nusrat also conveyed Altaf Hussain’s good wishes to Zardari.
Asif Ali Zardari wants to work with every party so that Pakistan could prosper and that’s why his party has extended the hand of coalition towards MQM.
MQM is the second largest party in Sindh after PPP.