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MQM DOES NOT WANT DIVISION OF SINDH: ALTAF HUSSAIN


 Posted on: 1/26/2012

PUBLIC MEETING IN SUKKUR ON 27TH JANUARY WILL BE HISTORIC

LONDON: 26TH JANUARY 2012

Founder and Leader of Muttahida Quami Movement (MQM) Mr Altaf Hussain has said that important revelations and announcements will be made in Sukkur on 27th January, and the public meeting would prove to be the last nail in the coffins of enemies of Sindh, Pakistan and the so-called nationalist elements. He said this while talking to the office-bearers of various wings of the MQM in the office of Sukkur zone on the telephone.

Mr Hussain said that the public meeting “Strong Sindh, Prosperous Pakistan” would not only create history, but it would also drive the last nail in the coffins of the enemies of Pakistan, Sindh and particularly the so-called nationalist elements. He said that the message of the MQM was spreading in the length and breadth of Sindh and added that an environment of brotherhood was developing among the nationalities living in Sindh. He said that the so-called nationalist elements were sorely troubled because of the growing public awareness in Sindh.

Mr Hussain said that the nationalist elements were carrying out negative propaganda against the MQM that it was planning to divide Sindh through the 20th constitutional amendment in order to mislead the Sindhi speaking Sindhis because of this growing public awareness.  

Mr Hussain assured the permanent residents of Sindh that the MQM does not want to divide Sindh. He said that Altaf Hussain was the loyal son of Sindh, and he will not disappoint the people of Sindh. He said that the so-called nationalist elements wanted to create the feud between the permanent residents of Sindh at the behest of the enemies.  

Mr Hussain said that the MQM respected the rights of the non-Muslims living in Pakistan and considered them as equal citizens of Pakistan as declared by the Quaid-i-Azam.

Mr Hussain appealed to the people living in Sukkur and the adjoining areas to participate in the MQM public meeting on 27th January in large numbers. He commended the MQM office-bearers, workers, and elected public representatives busy in making preparations for the public meeting...Urdu News


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