Video: MQM Quaid Altaf Hussain address to meeting of MQM office Bearers in Karachi & Hyderabad part of Altaf urges to restore peace in Karachi

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Criticizing the PPP-led Sindh government and law-enforcement agencies for their faultier to restore peace in Karachi, Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) chief, Altaf Hussain, said...
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MQM Quaid Altaf Hussain address to meeting of MQM office Bearers in Karachi & Hyderabad

The Founder & Leader of Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) Altaf Hussain said Wednesday that the army and rangers should intervene to end the unrest in Karachi. He further said that the army should take action against elements regardless of their association. MQM Quaid Altaf Hussain, addressed party office bearers by telephone and invited the military to come to Karachi and see who is involved in "the ongoing terrorism". He said that he had given an ultimatum to the President and the Prime minister of Pakistan to impede violence in Karachi within 48 hours but there was no response. "MQM condemns acts of violence in Karachi. The government has failed to establish peace in the city, innocent people are being gunned down in Qasba Colony." "President should end the supremacy of lyari gang war mafia," said Hussain. Altaf Hussain said that he is a Sindhi and declared a social boycott against those who do not consider Muhajirs as Sindhis. "I also request the international community to use its influence on the Pakistani government to restore law and order in Karachi," he added, warning that the situation could worsen if not "tackled seriously".
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