Muttahida Qaumi Movement leader Farooq Sattar has said their party would not make political alliance with any party before elections.
Talking to a private TV Channel‚ he urged all political parties to develop a consensus to face challenges of sectarianism‚ poverty and terrorism.
Farooq said MQM 's preference is to remove feudalism from the country. He said youth of the country could play a strong role for bringing change in Pakistan.
Dr. Farooq Sattar said the country is facing myriad threats to its existence, adding the network of industries will have to be spread. He said the masses are paying up the taxes for 65 years now, adding the transparent elections should take place in the country.
He added it is now up to the public to decide if they want freedom from the black English-speaking people.
The MQM leader noted the young generation will have to play their vital role for the country, as law and order and improvement of economy are great challenges in Balochistan.
The provision of small loans may be helpful in making progress, he added.