Muttahida Qaumi Movement-Pakistan (MQM-P) Convenor Khalid Maqbool Siddiqui on Tuesday announced that Rabita Committee will make the final decision on Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf's invitation to join the federal government .

A PTI delegation led by Jahangir Tareen met with the leadership of Muttahida Qaumi Movement-Pakistan on Monday night to seek their support for government formation in the centre.

The meeting held at MQM-Pakistan's Bahadrabad office was also attended by PTI leaders Firdaus Shamim Naqvi, Imran Ismail and Haleem Adil Siddiqui.

In a press conference held after the meeting, Tareen said that he had a positive meeting with the MQM leadership and has invited the party to join federal government , adding that the people of Karachi gave a joint mandate to the PTI and Siddiqui's party. 

"To move forward we have to think of the masses. Its in the manifesto of PTI to resolve basic issues of the metropolis," he said. "We will resolve water, transport, infrastructural issues of the city."

Siddiqui said that the party found similar views on many of the issues with the PTI leader.

"Its a pleasant surprise for us that we have commonalities. We have an agreement over strong and independent local bodies system," he said. Siddiqui said that both the parties will help each other to address the reservations over the election results.

"We spoke on re-counting and census in our meeting. Imran Khan has already said that he would address the reservations of people on election results."

Siddiqui said that the bitter past between the two parties can change into co-operation in future. 

Moreover, according to the sources, MQM-P put forward its demands before the PTI leaders to get its six-member support in the lower house. 

The sources added that the MQM-P demands include Karachi Package, constitutional amendment for empowered local bodies, administrative units for the urban Sindh, community police and mass transit in Karachi.

The MQM-P has conditioned its support on the acceptance of their demands.