LAHORE: Muttahida Quami Movement – Pakistan’s (MQM-P) leader Farooq Sattar, in a press conference, announced on Thursday that he was quitting politics in order to save himself from further disgrace. He marked the day as the most important day of his political career. Sattar initially criticised ‘Rabita Committee’ and then highlighted policy differences with Pak Sarzameen Party (PSP) leadership, particularly Mustafa Kamal. He further said that Muhajirs were deeply humiliated at Karachi Press Club yesterday. “I could have mentioned all this at yesterday’s press conference, but my moral values and education did not allow me to interrupt Mustafa Kamal,” he emphasised. “Yesterday our hearts were broken. We attended yesterday’s press conference with hopes of better future,” he added. While talking about his financial assets, Sattar asserted that Mustafa Kamal must not talk about his alleged possession of a Land Cruiser SUV but instead he should disclose the financial sources of his own Land Cruiser SUV. He further added that he owns a second hand car which is incomparable to the car owned by Mustafa Kamal because it is lower in value. He proclaimed that he has dispatched letters to Prime Minister, Army Chief, Chief Justice, MI DG and ISI DG. However, he did not disclose any further details about the letters. Talking about PSP, he further added that he cannot think of merger with a party that does not advocate and fight for the rights of Muhajirs. He stressed that he must not be stopped from visiting ‘Yadgar-e-Shohda’ by anyone and he will surely pay a visit there on Friday.