Ex-Muttahida members to announce new party MQM Imran Farooq Group on Sept 16

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LONDON: Some former members of the Muttahida Quami Moverment (MQM) are all set to announce a new party here in London.

Credible sources said that the name of new party will be MQM Imran Farooq Group. The new party will be announced on the eve of third death anniversary of Imran Farooq on September 16 in London.

In this connection, the party set up has been completed in the Europe, however its offices will be opened from September 16.

Former Convener MQM Dr Imran Farooq was found murdered near his home in North London on 16 September 2010.

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