The PPP has closed the doors of the prospect of any electoral alliance with the MQM by taking back cases against killers
A joint meeting of the Co-ordination Committee of Muttahida Quami Movement (MQM) was held in Pakistan and London. The decision of the provincial law ministry to withdraw cases registered against notorious terrorists of Lyari gang war involved in the killings of innocent citizens and police personnel was strongly condemned in the meeting. It was said in the meeting that the MQM had entered into an alliance with the PPP for the progress and prosperity of the people of Sindh and for promoting unity among the permanent residents of Sindh. Despite this the PPP leaders continued to openly support the notorious terrorists in their enmity towards the MQM.
The Co-ordination Committee said that the brutal terrorists of the Peoples Amn Committee kidnapped the Urdu-speaking citizens from ascertaining their identities and taking them out of public transport buses. They were taken to different areas of Lyari where they were subjected to inhuman physical torture. Their bodies were hacked into pieces which were thrown in different parts of the city.
The notorious terrorists of the Lyari gang war are involved in killing of innocent citizens, police officers, attacking police stations and police mobiles, extortion, kidnapping for ransom and other serious crimes.
The Co-ordination Committee said that the withdrawal of cases registered against brutal killers clearly “forces us to believe that the killers of Lyari gang war enjoy full support of the government. The PPP has itself closed the doors of the prospect of any future electoral alliance with the MQM by taking back the cases.”
The Co-ordination Committee said that nothing was finalized as yet about any electoral alliance with the PPP or any other political party but the PPP had betrayed its intentions by withdrawing cases against the terrorists. It dealt that the withdrawal of cases had dealt a serious blow to the MQM-PPP alliance.
It was decided in the meeting that the MQM would contest the general elections on its own.