KARACHI: Mutahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) stalwart Mustafa Kamal has arrived back to Pakistan after gap of two years.
The MQM leader was accompanied by Aness Qaimkhani, the former deputy convener of Rabita Committee MQM Anees Qaim Khani. During their brief media talk, Mustafa Kamal avoided question as he asked media to join press conference at 3 pm.
During his brief talk he also told that he’ll be narrating the sorry about his past two years and plans for future.
Former Mayor and Senator Mustafa Kamal in August 2013, left the country, first moved to Tanzania and then settled in Dubai, according to MQM, he said he had left because of personal problems and his wives’ illness.
Kamal has been one of the central leader of MQM, before he moved out of the country in 2013. He has also served as the Mayor of Karachi from 2005 to 2009.
The press conference was held at Kamal’s DHA residence, during his conference he told that his conversation will be mainly moving around three key points; reason behind his departure from the country, for what he have arrived back and what plan they are up with for the future.
The former MQM leader threw light on different issues, and placed his quite open stance about MQM’s supremo Altaf Hussain. He admitted about MQM’s links with RAW. Further, during the presser he burst into tears while discussing about Saulat Mirza, Ajmal Pahari, and murder of Imran Farooq.