LAHORE - MQM Coordination Committee Deputy Convenor Dr Farooq Sattar said on Saturday that his party believed in a revolution through ballot and would bring the working class to power in Punjab by ending the feudal political structure and the dynastic political trends. Addressing a media conference at the Lahore Press Club, he warned the country might face a Tunisia- and Egypt-like situation if the influence of feudal politicians was not curtailed. He announced that the MQM intended to hold a public meeting at Minar-e-Pakistan on April 10, and had submitted a formal request to the District Coordination Officer (DCO) in this regard. The MQM leader claimed that public moot at Minar-e-Pakistan would be the beginning of a new era for the oppressed segments in Punjab. He hoped the Punjab government would grant them permission to hold the meeting. We have come to Punjab with an open mind and heart, the MQM leader said. He said MQM workers and supporters would attend the gathering and prove that the people of Punjab are tired of corrupt politicians and wanted a change. To a query regarding MQM engaging in ethnic-based politics, he claimed that the mass gathering of non-Urdu speaking people held under the MQM banner at Jinnah Ground, Azizabad, Karachi on January 30 negated this impression.