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Altaf Hussain expresses concerns over Indian monopoly in South Asia


Altaf Hussain expresses concerns over Indian monopoly in South Asia
 Posted on: 1/22/2015
The founder and leader of Muttahida Quami Movement Mr. Altaf Hussain said that there had been a planned international-conspiracy to establish Indian monopoly in South Asia and the sectarian and religious violence in Pakistan were the parts of that design.
Addressing to the party workers and office-bearers in District Rawalpindi on a thought provoking session “Selflessness, Sacrifice and Sense of Responsibility,” MQM Chief said that in this situation every patriotic citizen should unite for the war against terror and support country’s army against the terrorists and terrorism. He said that people should demand Chief of Army Staff General Raheel Sharif clearly to control the country’s management.
Mr. Hussain strongly condemned the publication of blasphemous caricatures of the holy Prophet Muhammad (PBUH), and said although, France is not a Muslim country but it should respect people’s sentiments. He said that religiously sacred entities should not be desecrated by any individual or faith.
He said that the religious parties took out rallies against the blasphemous caricatures and the other side the Taliban terrorists killed nearly one hundred and fifty children and their teachers in Army Public School Peshawar carnage. He said that not a single rally or a condemnation gesture came from those so-called religious parties against the Taliban and terrorism.
MQM Chief said that an FIR was registered against the cleric of Lal Masjid in Islamabad and he was yet to be arrested. He said that the banned-outfits continuously worked after changing their names and their leaderships kept making speeches in the public gatherings but nobody took any action against them.
He said that MQM had vision to eliminate discrimination, family politics and their monopoly to bringing poor and middle-class leadership in the country. He also urged his party workers to fulfill their duties with selflessness, sacrifice and sense of responsibility and pay their due role to serve the people to spread MQM’s philosophy, politics to serve people.


12/3/2016 8:02:09 PM