KARACHI: Chief of Muttahida Qaumi Movement Pakistan (MQM-Pakistan) Dr Farooq Sattar is in a stable condition and all his vital organs are functioning normally, after he was injured in a car accident on Superhighway the other night, an official said.

Results of a CT scan and ultrasound tests have indicated no major injuries to Farooq Sattar 's vital organs, however, he has received some bruises, said Liaquat National Hospital (LNH) spokesman Anjum Rizvi.

Rizvi said a team of 12 doctors has been formed to track the MQM leader's condition, who is currently in a deep sleep.

Doctors will monitor Sattar's condition for at least three days after which he is expected to be discharged, said the spokesperson.

Dr Farooq Sattar sustained injuries in a car crash on Super Highway near Nooriabad on Sunday night.

According to MQM leader, Amir Khan, who was in a separate vehicle, the incident took place when they were on their way from Hyderabad to Karachi.