Muttahida Qaumi Movement-Pakistan PIB Chief Farooq Sattar has said that they will end differences within the party for larger interests of the country.

While speaking to media outside the anti-terrorism court on Saturday, he said when Pakistan Peoples Party held its rally in Tanki Ground, the water tank of the area remained empty.

“We will ensure that the tank gets full after our rally,” he said, adding that the city is undergoing water and power crisis.

The only way to counter hate is through balance and justice, he remarked, adding that he will urge the people to hold landowners in Sindh accountable.

Sattar also criticised K-Electric, the city’s biggest power utility, for failing to provide relief to citizens in soaring temperatures. “KE must improve its plant in Karachi. If KE fails to improve its system then it will have to face protests.”

The water board and KE need to return on the correct path. “As soon as the gas supply resumed, Bin Qasim plant was closed down. The plant wouldn’t have closed if KE looked after it,” he said.

Amir Khan along with other party leaders visit the venue early Saturday morning to review the rally preparations. “PPP will get their reply today,” remarked Khan while speaking to media.

“Today, the people will let us if PPP will ever hold a rally at Tanki Ground or not,” he said. “The popularity of MQM has not decreased.”