LAHORE - MQM came to Punjab for serving the masses and would not go back despite the plans of its opponents, while the Punjab government is reviewing partys request to hold a public moot at Minar-e-Pakistan on April 10, claimed Dr Farooq Sattar, deputy convener MQMs coordination committee. Answering various media queries after attending a reception held in honour of MQM Punjab chapter at a local hotel on Wednesday, he claimed that MQM believes in reforms and revolution through ballot not bullet and the people of Punjab would soon experience the difference between MQM and other political forces. Farooq said that he had a detailed meeting with the authorities concerned of Punjab for holding public moot at Minar-e-Pakistan and they assured for reviewing its decision regarding granting permission to MQM. Commenting on the law and order situation in Karachi, he claimed that law and order could be restored in the port city if President Asif Ali Zardari implements the proposals of MQM regarding restoring peace. Farooq said that MQM would be in a much better position to play its proactive role for the masses if the existing 25 seats of the party in parliament doubled with the support of Punjab. He said that there was a dire need of promotion of reconciliatory political culture and MQM while taking practical steps in this direction visited JI headquarters, Mansoora sometime back. Meanwhile, Farooq met with PML-N leader Pervaiz Rashid to discuss the matter of reviewing provincial governments decision to allow MQM for holding a public moot at Minar-e-Pakistan on April 10. While, a MQM leader who accompany Farooq Sattar told that the matter of revision of the permission had been sent to the provincial home secretary.