MQM has cross a sea of troubles in the past and its struggle will continue unstoppably
Deputy Convener of the Co-ordination Committee of Muttahida Quami Movement (MQM) Dr Farooq Sattar has said that the MQM did not bow before any oppressive force in the past and the struggle for truth and justice would continue. The struggle of the MQM is motivated by the welfare of the people of Pakistan and progress for the country instead of merely acquiring political power.
Dr Sattar said that the changing of electoral constituencies and verification of voters in Karachi alone are conspiracies to subvert the mandate of the MQM. He expressed these views while addressing a large gathering in Jinnah Ground in Azizabad on the occasion of the Martyrs Day that is observed by the MQM each year on 9th December.
Dr Sattar paid glowing tributes to the martyrs of the MQM and demanded that their killers should be brought to justice. He said that the MQM had faced innumerable hardships in the past, but it continued its struggle unstoppably. “It is our firm resolve even today that we would not surrender before forces of oppression and continue our struggle.”
Speaking earlier, member of the Co-ordination Committee of the MQM Mr Raza Haroon said that leaders like Altaf Hussain were not born every day. “We pay tribute to our martyrs and resolve that we would not let the immortal sacrifices rendered by our martyrs to go in vain.”
Mr Haroon said that thousands of the MQM workers had given their lives for the just struggle of the MQM that also includes the blood of the brother and the nephew of Mr Altaf Hussain.