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Dunya News: Malik Riaz, Ishratul Ibad visit MQM's Nine Zero


 Posted on: 11/27/2014
KARACHI (Dunya News) – Bahria Town chairman Malik Riaz on Thursday visited Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) centre Nine-Zero Karachi along with Sindh Governor Ishratul Ibad for the first time.
Haider Abbas Rizvi said that they welcome both the Governor and Riaz upon their arrival.
He said that they are thankful to Riaz for the announcement regarding Altaf Hussain University Karachi and the fact that around 20 percent students would study free of cost in the universities.
He said that the university would provide education for lesser dues than those of the government institutions.
Rizvi also said that the Pakistani hockey team had annoyance over the fact that nobody comes for their help which Riaz has compensated with his generosity.
He sounded confident that the Pakistani hockey team would defeat the Indian team.
MQM chief Altaf hussain also addressed the workers via telephone.
He thanked Malik Riaz for the announcement of universities in Karachi and Hyderabad.
He said that many impoverished people would pray in favour of Riaz for these progressive steps.
MQM chief also said that people like Riaz must be in the government because they do work in the best interest of the people.
On the occasion, Riaz said that the 7th biggest mosque of the world has been made in Lahore.
He also said that former president Asif Ali Zardari asked him to name the university after MQM chief Altaf Hussain.
He thanked the people for giving him that much respect for taking a step regarding the university.
Sindh Governor said that Riaz is a generous man and that Zardari agreed upon the establishment of a university in Hyderabad.
He further said that a state-of-the-art university would be established in Hyderabad and that at least 50 percent students would get scholarships for their education.
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