MQM will form government in Sindh and the next Chief Minister of Sindh will be from MQM
Address to the office-bearers and workers in Lal Qila Ground in Azizabad
The Founder and Leader of Muttahida Quami Movement (MQM) Mr Altaf Hussain has said that the MQM would take part in the general elections from across the country, and it would give pleasant and amazing results. The MQM would obtain resounding success in Sindh and form government. He hoped that the next chief minister of Sindh would be from MQM. He said this while addressing a meeting of the office-bearers of all wings the MQM in Lal Qila Ground in Azizabad.
Mr Hussain said that complete co-operation would be done with police and rangers in their efforts to make Karachi and the rest of the country free from weapons. He announced the inclusion of former federal minister Nabil Gabol in the Central Executive Council of the MQM.
He urged the Election Commission of Pakistan to extend the date of submission of nomination forms by one week. He appealed to all religious and political parties to refrain from using provocative and uncivilized language in their speeches.
He appealed to the general public to contribute generously to the MQM for the coming general elections.
Mr Hussain congratulated the people on the announcement of the date for holding general elections in the country. “President Asif Zardari has approved the summary for holding general elections on 11th May 2013, and the Election Commission has announced the date for the submission of nomination forms.”
He said that the Election Commission should extend the date for the submission of nomination forms by at least one week on the public appeal. “We hope that the elections would be free, fair and impartial and no party or individual would be able to change election results by force.”
Mr Hussain said that the MQM would field candidates on every seat in the country. “The revolutionary message of the MQM has become the heartthrob of the oppressed and downtrodden people of the country and it would give surprising and pleasant results. The MQM would get a resounding success in Sindh and the next chief minister of the province would be an MQM nominee.”
He said, “The MQM is a democratic party that believes in the politics of ballots instead of bullets. We want Karachi and the rest of the country to be free from weapons.”
He gave assurance on behalf of the MQM office-bearers and workers that they would cooperate fully with the law-enforcing agencies in the recovery of illegal weapons. He urged the office-bearers and workers to handover to the law-enforcing agencies, if they were in possession of any illegal weapon.
Mr Hussain asked the office-bearers of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Punjab and Balochistan and Sindh to submit nomination forms of all eligible candidates by 31st March. The candidates should be educated and having personal integrity. People aspiring for the MQM ticket can also submit their details by visiting the MQM website www.mqm.org
He announces the inclusion of Mr Nabil Gabol in the Central Executive Council of the MQM and said, “Brother Nabil Gabol the MQM would not disappoint you. It will garland you with success.”
Mr Hussain congratulated the office-bearers and workers of the MQM on the success of the public meeting in Mirpurkhas. He particularly paid tributes to women of Mirpurkhas for their active participation in the public meeting.
He said, “The MQM has always stood for women’s rights, and it would continue its struggle for their rights. Evil social customs such as karo-kari and vani would be eliminated if the MQM comes into power after elections. A network of industrial homes and educational institutions would be established for uplifting women economically. The MQM would also reserve 50 per cent job quota and seats in elected houses for women.”
“The MQM would establish shelter homes for women who are targeted for marrying out of their own free will.”
Mr Hussain said that the MQM would take steps for eliminating extremism and sectarianism and transform Pakistan according to the vision of the Quaid-i-Azam by bringing together the followers of all sects and religious denominations under one flag.”
“The MQM would ensure complete protection and equal rights for non-Muslim Pakistanis, and it would facilitate them in reaching in assemblies through general elections so that may integrate with the rest of the country and no longer regarded as minorities.”
Mr Hussain asked all the office-bearers and workers to refrain from using uncivilized language against political opponents under any condition. He urged on other political parties to desist from hurling baseless accusations against political opponents in order to promote a civilized political culture in the country.
He said that the MQM had always rendered sacrifices for the peace of the city and the country. “We want to assure law-enforcing agencies that the MQM would extend full cooperation with them for establishing peace.”
Mr Hussain urged on all those who want to bring a real change in the country by establishing a just and equitable system to become a part of the MQM. He asked them to play their role for establishing the rule of people belonging to the poor and middle classes.