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The News, July 28, 2006
MQM decides to send resignations to the President, Governor Sindh

LONDON: Muttehida Qaumi Movement (MQM) has decided to send the resignations of MNAs, senators, federal ministers to the president and the resignations of provincial ministers, MPAs and advisors to the Governor Sindh.

The decision was taken after the third session of the meeting of MQM Coordination Committee here on Thursday.

Convener MQM Coordination Committee Dr. Imran Farooq has asked the ministers and advisors to stop working and withdraw government perks and privileges forthwith.

When asked Dr. Imran said the meeting did not discuss about the resignation Governor Sindh Dr. Ishrat-ul-Ebad.

Earlier, reacting to delay in redressing its concerns and non-implementation of steps pledged by the Sindh and federal government, MQM collected resignations from all its provincial ministers and advisors.

The Chief Minister Sindh continues rejecting the summaries and files regarding development projects put up by the MQM ministers and advisors, Dr. Imran said in telephonic briefing at Nine Zero from London.

Instead of solution of the problems and improvement, the situation has worsened, he said.

Few government personalities have contacted after the MQM decision to collect resignations of provincial ministers and advisors, Dr. Farooq informed.

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