Pak Sir Zameen Party (PSP) Chairman Mustafa Kamal accepted that establishment did ask his party for a political alliance with Mutahhida Qoumi Movement-Pakistan (MQM-P) on request of Farooq Sattar

While addressing a press conference in Karachi, he  alleged that Farooq Sattar was in contact with establishment for last eight months for this alliance. 

 "Who in this country does not talk with establishment," asked Kamal. 

The PSP chairman further said that establishment wants peace and stability in Karachi hence they brokered for this political alliance. 

"In every meeting the leadership of MQM-P was present there before us," he added. 

Kamal also told media that top leaders of MQM-P including Farooq Sattar , Amir Khan, Khawaja Izhar, Faisal Sabzwari, Wasim Akhtar and Kamran Tessori were present in those meetings. 

"Both parties decided against a merger hence we talked about political alliance for betterment of Karachi," he said. 

While talking about Altaf Hussain, Kamal stated that Hussain was agent of Indian agency RAW and will remain so. 

"Establishment wants to end the influence of RAW in Karachi hence asked for this alliance," he asserted. 

On issue of role of establishment, Kamal said that he and his party are being alleged as part of establishment while MQM-P was established in headquarters of Sindh Rangers when Farooq Sattar was arrested. 

"What is wrong in it if Establishment want to end RAW in this metropolitan city," he stated.