KARACHI - Muttahida Qaumi Movement chief Altaf Hussain vowed that he would return to country in no time when the nation will face any trouble.
He was addressing the party workers and supporters on the 29th foundation day of MQM at Lal Qilla Ground, Azizabad here on Monday.
Hussain vowed to return to Pakistan without any further delay when MQM workers and supporters will allow him.
Talking about the upcoming general elections, he said that if MQM wins the upcoming general election and comes into power, they would make free health services and education up to matriculation.
MQM chief promised to launch accountability especially for the extortionists and terrorists, adding that those who looted the national wealth will be hanged in front of the people.
Hussain also promised that party will make reforms to facilitate the small farmers by distribution of land. He said MQM always raised voice against karo-kari and now ready to fight against this culture, adding victims of the said culture would be provided security and shelter at the MQM protection centre.
Talking about the empowerment of women in the country, Altaf also vowed to raise representation of women in government and semi-government organisations to 50 percent.
He said, “If Pakistan Army give a chance and transfer the administration of the Balochistan to him, I ensured that Pakistan slogans would again be heard in the province.”
He further added that he is ready to sacrifice his life for the rights of innocent Pakhtoons and Tribal area peoples adding if MQM come in power it will resolve the Kashmir issue without any war.
He said that the assassination of Professor Jafar was another attempt to spread sectarianism and urged the masses to stay calm to defeat this conspiracy.
CONDEMNATIONS: Muttahida Qaumi Movement chief Altaf Hussain has strongly condemned the bomb blast at Judicial Complex on Kyber Road, Peshawar.
In a statement issued here on Monday, he said that government institutes and building were not safe from the terrorists. He expressed deep concern over increase in terrorist attacks in the country.
He was of the view that many of the prominent figures of the country have remained under terrorist’s attacks including the government, law and enforcement offices but no map was designed regarding the security issues.
Current attacks indicate that the terrorist were easily achieving their targets and no one in the country is safe, he added.
He extended sympathies to the bereaved family and appealed government to take notice and perpetrators should bring to justice.
Meanwhile ANP has condemned the bomb blast at Judicial Complex located on Kyber Road, Peshawar.
In a joint statement on Monday, ANP’s Asfandyar Wali Khan and Senator Shahi Syed expressed deep concern over the attack and said that enemies won’t be able to demoralise our potency by such brutal attempts.
Asfand said that that ANP’s leadership and workers scarified their lives and played a crucial role in war against terrorism.
We not only condemned the terrorism but practically took measures to step down the terrorist, he added. Both the leaders extended sympathies with deceased families and injured including policemen and lawyers.