MQMs solidarity with the international community
Karachi - 26 September 2001
MQM IS WITH THE INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY
AGAINST TERRORISM - ALTAF HUSSAIN
HUGE PUBLIC GATHERING ORGANISED BY MUTTAHIDA QUAMI MOVEMENT (MQM) UNDERWAY IN KARACHI TO DEMONSTRATE SOLIDARITY WITH THE INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY
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The Muttahida Quami Movement (MQM) organised a large public gathering in Karachi, the port city of Pakistan, today to show its solidarity with the international community and to offer its unconditional support and fullest cooperation in combating terrorism.
* The public gathering started at around 3 p.m. (Pakistan Time).
* Mr Altaf Hussain, MQM Founder and Leader, started his public address at around 3.40 p.m. (Pakistan Time).
* More than 200000 people are present in the public gathering at Liaquatabad, District Central in Karachi.
* This is the first public rally of its kind that has been organised in Pakistan to show solidarity with the international community.
A worker of the Muttahida Qami Movement (MQM), takes part in a peace rally, Wednesday, Sept. 26, 2001 in Karachi, Pakistan. The partcipants condemned the Sept. 11, attacks in the United States.
* A two-minute silence was observed by the participants to pay tributes and respect to those innocent peoples who lost their lives in the tragic incidents at New York and Washington on 11 September 2001.
This mammoth historical event shows that the people of Karachi and Sindh Province are not religious extremists and are against all sorts of terrorism and believe in religious harmony and religious tolerance.
Muttahida Quami Movement (MQM) is the third largest political party of Pakistan and the second largest in the Sindh Province, led by its Founder and Leader Mr Altaf Hussain.
This public gathering has certainly discourage any religious extremists or jihadi groups in Karachi and proves that the majority of the people of Karachi are liberal-minded and are against religious extremism.
Before Mr Altaf Hussain's address the participants of the public gathering in Karachi today unanimously adopted following resolutions.
Workers of Muttahida Quami Movement (MQM) are treated at a local hospital in Karachi, Pakistan, Wednesday, Sept. 26, 2001. Attackers open fire and hurl a grenade at hundreds of people gathering for a public meeting
PRESENTED AT THE
MUTTAHIDA QUAMI MOVEMENT (MQM) PUBLIC GATHERING
AT LIAQUATABAD IN KARACHI ON 26 SEPTEMBER 2001
RESOLUTION NO 1:
The MQM Public Gathering strongly condemns the recent terrorist incidents upon different cities of the United States of America and expresses heartfelt condolences and deep sorrow over the lost of thousands of innocent lives. The people of Pakistan, particularly of Sindh Province, share the sorrow of the aggrieved families of those who lost their lives in this tragic incident and the American people.
RESOLUTION NO 2:
Todays MQM Assembly strongly condemns all sorts of terrorism committed in any part of the world. The people of Pakistan, particularly of Sindh Province, express their solidarity with the international community and announce their unconditional support to the international community against terrorism.
RESOLUTION NO 3:
Todays MQM Assembly declares that the people of Pakistan, particularly of Sindh the land of Shah LatifRH, believe in religious harmony and are totally against religious extremism. Moreover, they strongly condemn the act of spreading hatred in the name of religion and believe in equal rights for all the religious minorities.
RESOLUTION NO 4:
Todays MQM Assembly appeals to the people of Pakistan, particularly the people of Sindh that at this crucial time, keeping in view the national interest to act realistically and not emotionally. Not to be deluded by those who use religion to stir up emotions. The people of Sindh, who are victims of exploitation, injustices and poverty, are not only peacefully struggling for the attainment of their legitimate rights but also hoping for a sympathetic consideration of the international community in this regard.
Todays assembly is unanimously
adopting the above-mentioned resolutions
MQM TO HOLD A PUBLIC
GATHERING IN KARACHI
ON 26 SEPTEMBER 2001 AT 12 NOON
Karachi 25 September 2001
At the last-minute, the Administration has cancelled the permission granted to the Muttahida Quami Movement (MQM) of holding the Rally Against Terrorism in Karachi on 26 September 2001. However, after intense negotiations with the Administration, the MQM has now decided to hold a public gathering, instead of the rally, at Liaquatabad in Karachi on Wednesday, 26 September 2001, at 12 noon. Similar to the Rally Against Terrorism, this public gathering will be held against terrorism and to demonstrate MQMs solidarity with the international community.
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