Pakistan, terrorism would never go parallel: MQM chief


KARACHI: MQM Chief Altaf Hussain has categorically denounced the talks with Taliban terrorists and said Pakistan and terrorism would never go parallel. Speaking at the public gatherings of various cities in Europe and Britain on the occasion of 36th anniversary of APMSO, Hussain condemned the terrorism all around and the country. He said that expatriates and overseas Pakistanis should come to protect and support the nation in the time of crisis.

He congratulated all the participants of the gatherings on the occasion of 36th anniversary of APMSO. He reasserted the student organisation which was founded in the University of Karachi had become the only political party representing 98 percent of the unprivileged class.

MQM chief advised the students and youth to concentrate on their studies and must respect their teachers and elders. He said without surrendering themselves they could not be able to get any proper knowledge or education. He also said Allah blesses those who respect their teachers and elders.

Hussain also indicated the audiences belonged to the various ethnic communities, showed MQM was not only the representative of Urdu-speaking community. He said people from the entire country now joined MQM and Altaf Hussain’s philosophy to serve their respective communities.

He recounted the 1992 operation in which more fifteen thousand MQM activists were extra-judicially murdered, including his elder brother Nasir Hussain and his nephew Arif Hussain. He said he was booked in various fake cases and thrice arrested. He said during his detentions, he was fatally tortured by the security agencies.

Altaf Hussain said discriminating forces propagated of the country conspired against MQM and Altaf Hussain to separate other ethnic communities. He appreciated his workers and supporters to be firmed in the time of crisis and negated all the malice designs plotted by the feudal mentality.

He also indicated that the sectarian conflicts in the country were nothing but the efforts of distributing people in community or sects. Hussain referred to his concerns again over the Talibanization in the urban areas of country, especially in Karachi. He firmly condemned all the extremism and fundamentalism that caused killings of innocent civilians and soldiers.

Members MQM Coordination Committee, including Deputy Convener Nadeem Nusrat, Tariq Javed, Muhammad Anwar, Mustafa Azizabadi, Qasim Ali Raza, Deputy Parliamentary Leader Sindh Khawaja Izharul Hassan, MQM UK organiser Dr Saleem Danish, Suhail Khanzada and Hiba Danish also addressed the audiences.

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