Jasmeen Manzoor flirting with Mustafa Kamal
Syed Mustafa Kamal was a Senator in the Senate of Pakistan and served as the nazim (mayor) of the city of Karachi, Pakistan from 2005 to 2010. Kamal had affiliations with the Pakistani liberalist party Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM), Both of his parents Anis Ahmed and his mother Jamila Khatoon belonged to the Urdu-speaking Muhajir Bihari family and settled in Karachi. He was shortlisted for the World Mayor Prize in 2010. He has also served as the IT Minister for the Sindh province from 2003 to 2005. Formerly, he was a telephone operator at 90 (MQM headquarter) in Karachi.
According to New York Times, Syed Mustafa Kamal has left Pakistan after developing differences with Altaf Hussain. The Muttahida Qaumi Movement announced that Syed Mustafa Kamal submitted his resignation from Senate seat and left Pakistan due to personal and family reasons.
On August 05 2015, It was reported in many media outlets that ex Mayor and former member MQM traveled to Islamabad to attend important meetings. This was reportedly his first come back visit. Mustafa Kamal after leaving the political party, joined Malik Riaz’s company Bahria Town.
Early Life and Education
Manzoor was born in Karachi, Pakistan.She earned her Masters in International Relations and started her career as an anchor on Pakistan Television in 1999. She worked as producer and talk show host on private TV channels. In March 2010, Jasmeen started hosting SAMAA TV’s current affair program Tonight with Jasmeen. Jasmeen made documentaries receiving four awards, one of which was the Benazir Excellence Award for Best Female Anchor in Pakistan in 2009.
Controversy with MQM
In July 2013, Manzoor claimed that she was receiving death threats from Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) and she decided to leave Karachi. Jasmeen attacked the Karachi based political party although avoiding naming the MQM directly. After hearing her story, Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif announced that he would review the law and order situation in the metropolis.
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