KARACHI: On Wednesday, Muttahida Qaumi Movement (Pakistan) leader Farooq Sattar was indicted in a case related to violating the Loudspeaker Act.
Farooq Sattar and others were indicted in the case as the judicial magistrate began hearing, however, the MQM-P leader pleaded not guilty to the charges.
Summoning witnesses on October 17, the court adjourned the hearing.
Speaking to journalists outside the city court, Sattar demanded that false cases against workers of MQM should be dismissed.
The MQM-P leader also commented on the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) plan. “This project is a game changer. China and Pakistan are partners but India is finding ways to disrupt the CPEC project. The Indian army chief’s statement is also a link in the same chain,” he said.
Sattar also claimed that his party was responsible for making the circular railway a part of the CPEC projects.