lift up the car securely and get yourself a big bad a$$ metal lever (tyre iron, rod etc) wedge behind the bushings and ball joints etc, and try to move them in all directions - not like a 100 lb girl - move them like a railway worker moves the ballast planks. If they move, the item is bad - replacement required.
This can also be due to the rear suspension trailing arms and hub bushings. In most cases in Pakistan its the front ball joints and the steering rack mountings, If its the lower joints, get brand new ones - they are not very expensive, the upper ones are built into the arm and do require replacement of the whole arm, you can get repaired ones too, but the problem is that you need to have a very good tradesman who has good tools and working technique. <---- This is rare.
The lower arm rotating bushings need to be tightened whilst the arm is in driving position, otherwise they will tear out in less than a few months, same for the strut foot mount bushing in the arm, but it does not rotate as much hence is longer lived. Every nut and bolt threads should be chased with a tap or buffed clean before tightening. Buy a torque limiting ratchet aka torque wrench and tighten like the factory tells you.