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The reception was hosted by the PML-F's provincial president Pir Sadruddin Shah Rashdi, which was also attended by Muttahida Qaumi Movement-Pakistan's Amir Khan, ex-chief ministers Ghous Ali Shah, Senator Muzaffar Hussain Shah and Arbab Ghulam Rahim, opposition leader in the Sindh Assembly Firdous Shamim Naqvi, Sardar Rahim.
PML-F's Sadaruddin Shah Rashid, Sardar Rahim and Nand Kumar Goklani were also present.
The announcement to this effect was made in a press conference by PML-Q President Chaudhry Shujaat Hussain and PML-F chief Syed Sibghatullah Rashdi who is commonly known as Pir Pagara.
He said the PML-F emerged as the third largest party in Sindh in 2013 general elections, adding that the party wanted to climb up the ladder of electoral representation in the next elections.
According to a press statement issued by QAT here Friday, the support was conveyed by the PML-F leader and former minister Imtiaz Shaikh in a meeting with the QAT's President Ayaz Latif Palijo.
PML-F Dr Muhammad and PTI's Syed Hafeezuddin expressed similar views however Dr Sikander Mandhro, the Sindh parliamentary affairs minister dismissed their points, saying the governments buildings and schools were in worst conditions and needed immediate repair.
The protests began when the speaker ordered the microphone of PML-F's Irfanullah Khan Marwat, who wanted to speak on the controversial local government ordinance, to be turned off.
After quitting the PPP, Gilani would prefer to join the PML-F, as it would be an appropriate platform for him to prove that he was a superior politician, the sources added.
Although the House witnessed protests since the morning over allegations and counter allegations by MPAs against each other, the situation went out of control when Population Minister Mumtaz Jakhrani, in his budget speech, criticised PML-F leader Pir Pagara and said, 'PML-F's spiritual leader always manages to escape to Dubai in critical times.'
KARACHI: Taking full advantage of the differences within the Muttahida Qaumi Movement-Pakistan (MQM-P), Pakistan Peoples' Party (PPP) succeeded on Saturday to win 10 seats from Sindh in the Senate elections while MQM-P and Pakistan Muslim League-Functional (PML-F) could only manage to win one seat in the Senate elections.The polling for the 12 Senate seats started at 9 am at the Sindh Assembly in which a total of 161 MPAs cast their votes for their candidates.
Later, PTI's Khurram Sher Zaman, PML-F's Nusrat Sehar Abbasi, PPP's Khairunisa Mahgul and PML-N's Sorath Thebo presented another resolution.
PML-F's Jam Madad Ali Khan appealed to the former premier to take notice of the provincial opposition's clamor over funds freeze.