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MQM CONDEMNS KILLINGS IN QUETTA
14 Apr 2012     Views: 1210

LOSS OF LIVES IN INCIDENTS OF TERRORISM IS A CAUSE OF CONCERN FOR THE PEOPLE OF PAKISTAN

The Co-ordination Committee of Muttahida Quami Movement (MQM) has strongly condemned the killings of three police personnel and injuries to many others in incidents of indiscriminate firing in Quetta. The committee termed the incidents as blatant terrorism.

The Co-ordination Committee said that the perpetrators of the incidents were bloodthirsty terrorists and did not deserve any leniency. The loss of innocent lives in such incidents was a cause of grave concern for the people of Pakistan.

THERE IS A SINISTER CONSPIRACY TO CREATE LAW AND ORDER SITUATION IN KARACHI
13 Apr 2012     Views: 1252

First of all, we are thankful to you for coming to attend this Press Conference. This press conference has been called to inform you and the people of Pakistan about the conspiracy aimed at undermining peace and order in Karachi.

Respected Journalists

Police have recovered a large cache of arms containing hand grenades, rocket launchers and antiaircraft guns after raiding a house in Mochko area of Karachi west the other day. According to the SSP West, a huge cache of arms containing 100 hand grenades, 15 rocket launchers with mortars and antiaircraft guns have been recovered during a raid in Mochko area after receiving a tip-off.

It would also be in your knowledge that a number of innocent young people were kidnapped during the previous Ramadan by the criminals and antisocial elements. They were taken to torture cells located in different parts of Lyari and subjected to brutal and inhuman bodily torture. Their heads were chopped off and their bodies were stuffed in gunny sacks and dumped in different parts of Karachi. Several kidnapped persons were released from the captivity of the terrorists of Lyari gang war on the intervention of Federal Interior Minister Rehman Malik.

NAZEER HUSSAIN UNIVERSITY WILL COMPETE WITH INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTIONS: TARIQ MIR
13 Apr 2012     Views: 2231
GOOD EDUCATION IS THE MOST IMPORTANT NEED IN MODERN TIME
Professional Education is the sine qua non for the survival and progress of Pakistan and full attention will have to be given to the education along with defence for the national security. These views were expressed by Mr Tariq Mir at the inaugural function of Nazeer Hussain University (NHU) in Karachi.

Mr Mir is the President of NHU and founder and managing trustee of the Society for Unwell and Needy (SUN), an international welfare organization.

Mr Mir said that lack of proper education and ignorance was incongruous with the 21stcentury. He said that the NHU would prove to be a milestone in the progress and advancement of the country.

MQM 28th Foundation Day in London
25 Mar 2012     Views: 2437
Founder and Leader of Muttahida Quami Movement (MQM) Mr Altaf Hussain has asked the intellectuals, journalists and writers of the province of Sindh to work removing the differences and divisions between the New Sindhis and Old Sindhis. He declared that if Pakistan was to become prosperous and strong, the legitimate rights of the Sindh province would have to be granted.

Mr Hussain was addressing a mammoth gathering in Al-Mustafa Ground Hyderabad on the occasion of the 28th Foundation Day of the MQM. There was a sea of people at the venue of the jalsa. People were even standing on the roofs of the building adjacent to the ground and waving the MQM flags.
Foundation Day: Altaf Hussain reiterates stand against feudalism...Tribune
18 Mar 2012     Views: 2170
HYDERABAD: At its 28th Yom-e-Tasees, the first to be celebrated in Hyderabad, the Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) chief Altaf Hussain reiterated his battle cry to continue the struggle against feudalism and ‘uncontrolled’ capitalism. He called upon the Sindhis to stop voting for the feudal lords who consider poor peasants their slaves, asking the provincial assembly to legislate to give them the status of ‘industrial labour’.

“MQM wants to liberate Sindhi, Punjabi and Baloch brothers from slavery. I request my Sindhi brothers not to trust the feudals and the pseudo nationalists who are on payroll of the agencies,” said Hussain while addressing a public meeting via telephone on Sunday at Bagh-e-Mustafa ground.

Altaf for doing away with division between new and old Sindhis...The News
18 Mar 2012     Views: 1916

HYDERABAD: The founder and leader of the Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM), Altaf Hussain, has asked the intellectuals, journalists and writers of Sindh province to work to remove the differences and divisions between new Sindhis and old Sindhis. He declared that if Pakistan was to become prosperous and strong, the legitimate rights of Sindh province would have to be granted.

Altaf was addressing a gathering at the Al-Mustafa Ground, Hyderabad, on the occasion of the 28th Foundation Day of the MQM. There was a sea of people at the venue of the Jalsa. People were even standing on the roofs of the building adjacent to the ground and waving MQM flags.

Altaf urges people to vote against landlords in next elections...The Nation
18 Mar 2012     Views: 1781
Hyderabad: Muttahida Quami Movement (MQM) Chief Altaf Hussain on Sunday said that the people of Sindh should cast their votes against landlords in next general elections.

Addressing a large number of party workers via telephone here at Bagh-e-Mustafa Ground on the occasion of 28th founding day of MQM, Altaf Hussain said that the primitive feudal system no more exists in any other part of the world but in Pakistan.

PEOPLE OF PAKISTAN MUST NOT VOTE FOR RICH PEOPLE IN ELECTION: ALTAF HUSSAIN
18 Mar 2012     Views: 2382

Founder and Leader of Muttahida Quami Movement (MQM) Mr Altaf Hussain has asked the intellectuals, journalists and writers of the province of Sindh to work removing the differences and divisions between the New Sindhis and Old Sindhis. He declared that if Pakistan was to become prosperous and strong, the legitimate rights of the Sindh province would have to be granted. Mr Hussain was addressing a mammoth gathering in Al-Mustafa Ground Hyderabad on the occasion of the 28th Foundation Day of the MQM

Altaf wants old and new Sindhis to end their differences...Dawn News
18 Mar 2012     Views: 2218

HYDERABAD / KARACHI: Muttahida Qaumi Movement chief Altaf Hussain has stressed the need for unity among people and appealed to writers, intellectuals and journalists of Sindh to play their role in eliminating differences between the old and new Sindhis.

“I also urge my Sindhi brothers that MQM is your own party…come join it,” he said in his telephone address from London to a large public meeting in Hyderabad’s Bagh-i-Mustafa area on Sunday night to mark the party’s 28th foundation day.

A large number of MQM workers, including women, also gathered in Karachi’s Lal Qila ground to listen to Mr Hussain’s speech, which was simultaneously aired in 31 other places across the country.

TYRANNY OF THE FEUDAL SYSTEM WILL END SOON: ALTAF HUSSAIN
17 Mar 2012     Views: 1660

MQM JALSA IN HYDERABAD WOULD BE REVERBERATED IN THE CORRIDORS OF POWER IN ISLAMABAD

Founder and Leader of Muttahida Quami Movement (MQM) Mr Altaf Hussain has said that end of the oppressive feudal and chieftain system near, and the 28thfounding day would prove to be the last nail in the coffin. He said this while talking to the workers busy in making preparation for the programme in Al-Mustafa Ground, Hyderabad.

Mr Hussain said that the immense sacrifices rendered by the workers and people of Hyderabad for the movement would never be forgotten. The workers chanted slogans to express their joy and enthusiasm.

Mr Hussain said that the zeal and energy being shown by the people belonging to the poor and middle classes in Hyderabad and the adjoining towns and villages was highly promising. He hoped that the MQM candidates would get significant victory in the coming elections.

Mr Hussain said that the historic gathering on the occasion of the founding day of the MQM would have its reverberations in the corridors of power in Islamabad. The tyranny of the feudal lords would end soon.

Mr Hussain said that humanity was the common factor transcending the barriers of religion, and it was the main reason that a large number of people belonging to different faiths were joining the MQM.

Mr Hussain praised the workers busy in work and particularly appreciated the spirit of the women workers. He advised the workers to maintain exemplary discipline and take particular care of mothers and sisters.

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