KARACHI - Despite having the good connection with PPP Sindh leadership, Mohajir Qaumi Movement-Haqiqi (Aamir Khan) faction has been disappointed over the attitude of the PPP and the emerging relation of President Asif Ali Zardari with MQM chief Altaf Hussain, especially, after his announcement to nominate the PPP Co-chairman for the presidential slot. It may be noted here that President Asif Ali Zardari had avoided the meeting with the MQM-Haqiqi faction delegation in April 2008 led by former MPA Younis Khan during a campaign to contact with leading political leaders. A leader of the MQM-Haqiqi (Amir Khan) faction told The Nation, on condition of anonymity, that after the February 18th elections, especially, after the resignation of former President Musharraf, the newly elected government had given a chance to the group to resume activities in Karachi. He claimed the party has thousands of activists in the metropolis and some cities of the Punjab province and is waiting for permission from the PPP government to start its political activities. He added the PPP Sindh leadership has assured the faction of its full support adding that if the government would not fulfil its promises, his faction would resume its political activities in the after Ramadan. The MQM-H leader disclosed that PPP had also promised to release MQM-H Chairman Aamir Khan who was allegedly in prison for the last several years.  "On our request, the government has reshuffled the bench, which was hearing the case of our party chairman", he concluded.