Qaimkhani was said to be associated with MQM-H
since it was formed and was second to the party chairman Afaq Ahmed.
Afaq further said that the MQM-H
is a founding party itself and the MQM-P is the party that was emerged from the ranks of the MQM.
There are a total of 22 candidates in the field, including MMA's Muhammad Khalid Siddiqui, PTI's Farhan Saleem, PPP's Shamim Mumtaz, PML-N's Mudassir Rahim and MQM-H
's Umar Akhtar.
The same MQM delegation visited the residence of the MQM-H
chief in Defence Housing Authority.
Qaimkhani was said to be associated with the MQM-H
since it was formed in 1984 and was second to party's chairman Afaq Ahmed.
The MQM-H is also vying for NA-245 and its corresponding provincial seats.
MQM-H candidate for PS-105, Hamid, believes that they are strongest in the provincial constituency, especially after the split in the MQM.
According to MQM-H chief Afaq Ahmed, the PSP openly supports establishment, due to which it is not expected to get public support.
There are 16 candidates in the run, including Iqbal Mohammad Ali (MQM-P), MQM-H chairman Afaq Ahmed, Syed Asif Hasnain (PSP), Abdul Jameel Khan (MMA), Farrukh Manzoor (PTI), Mohammad Asif (Tehreek Labbaik Pakistan), Mohammad Feroze (Pakistan Peoples Party), Noori Mian (Pakistan Sunni Tehreek), Mohammad Usman (PML Sher-i-Bengal), Abdul Ghafoor (Pakistan Muslim Alliance) and six independents.
MQM-H's Mahmood Ahmed Qureshi had won the seat by obtaining 31,096 votes and Mohammad Aslam Mujahid of the MMA was the runner-up with 27,761 votes.
The MQM-H also has stakes in the constituency as its candidate had won the seat in 2002 general elections and now its chairman Afaq Ahmed himself is in the run.