Karachi: Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) may quit its alliance with the ruling Pakistan Peoples Party today owing concerns over deteriorating law and order situation in the metropolis, sources informed.
Earlier in the morning, MQM walked out from the Sindh Assembly in protest against the target killings of its workers across the city.
MQM Co-ordination Committee will hold a press conference today at Nine Zero in this regard where it is expected that the party would announce leaving the alliance government.
It is to mention here that MQM leader Raza Haroon during the address in Sindh Assembly said that they would ask the top leadership to review its policies. He said that we cannot tolerate the killing of our workers anymore. We are fed up of carrying funerals of our workers, he added.