KARACHI: Muttahida Qaumi Movement Pakistan Farooq Sattar levelled allegation of horse trading against Pakistan Peoples Party trying to win loyalties of disgruntled MQMP law makers.
Lamenting on the conduct of Senate polls in Sindh Assembly, Sattar alleged Senate Elections turned into auction where higher bids were made.
Speaking to media representatives during a press conference outside the Sindh Assembly, the senior MQM-P leader said it was the PPP’s hobby to indulge in horse-trading for their own benefit.
He demanded accountability before National elections as he sought details of bank accounts and money accumulationthat feudals, MPAS, MNAS, Senators have made.
He alleged that his party lawmakers witness “blatant”, “shameless” attempts to buy their loyalties.