Both leaders agree on mutual co-operation for changing the system in the country and eliminating the decaying feudal system
The Founder and Leader of Muttahida Quami Movement (MQM) Mr Altaf Hussain has had a telephonic conversation with the head of the Tehreek-i-Minhaj-ul-Quran Prof Dr Tahirul Qadri. Both agreed on extending mutual co-operation and discussion for changing the decaying system and eliminating the archaic feudal system and corruption from the country. Mr Hussain welcomed the arrival of Dr Qadri in the country and expressed best wishes for him.
Mr Hussain said, “We want to bring a system based upon justice in which no one is considered above the laws as was present during the days of the Pious Caliphs. When the son of Hazrat Umar (May Allah be pleased with him) acted against the canons of Islam and the judge passed a sentence 80 lashes, Hazrat Umar (May Allah be pleased with him) had ordered that the sentence should be implemented without delay. When his son died during the execution of the sentence, Hazrat Umar (May Allah be pleased with him) said that the remaining lashes should be inflicted upon the grave.”
Mr Hussain said, “The last of the Pious Caliphs Hazrat Ali (May Allah be pleased with him) had also said that a country can be run with disbelief, but it cannot be run with injustice and oppression.”
Mr Hussain said that he would support Dr Qadri if he wants to bring the same just system in Pakistan, and if he is working for bringing an end to the rotten feudal system from the country. “I also want to make Pakistan a welfare country where everyone has justice and there is no oppression. I also want to bring a revolution of the people belonging to the poor and middle classes and rid the country of looters and plunderers.”
Dr Qadri said that the views of Mr Hussain for changing the system of the country were similar to his own views. “Time has come to make a new Pakistan according to the true spirit of the struggle for independence of the country. Justice should be established, and every sacrifice should be made for the welfare of the country.”
Dr Qadri thanked Mr Hussain for his support and appealed to all those people who want to struggle for justice to attend the jalsa on 23rd December in Lahore.
Mr Hussain also appealed to his followers to take part in the jalsa and increase the pace of the struggle for revolution.