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I have not made any demand for the separation of Karachi: Altaf Hussain


I have not made any demand for the separation of Karachi: Altaf Hussain
 Posted on: 5/13/2013
Political parties should learn to accept each other and put the country on the path of progress

London: 13th May 2013
The Founder and Leader of Muttahida Quami Movement (MQM) Mr Altaf Hussain has clarified that he had not made any demand for separation of Karachi from Pakistan. He denied in unequivocal terms all the baseless allegations and said, “I would request all those who are accusing to obtain the CD of my address from Nine Zero and see my points in the light of the context in which I was speaking and then given their comments.”

Mr Hussain said those whose forefathers had sacrificed over 20 lacks lives for the creation of Pakistan could not even imagine going against Pakistan. He congratulated the nation on the holding of general elections and the continuation of the democratic process. He expressed hope that the democratic process would now continue in the country without stopping.

Mr Hussain said that the Pakistani nation deserves to be praised for defying terrorism and coming out on 11th May. The people reached their polling stations on time but they had to wait for long times in queues because of the mismanagement of the election commission. They waited patiently and did not get disappointed.

Mr Hussain said that the massive turn-out indicated that there was an awakening in the public and people were gradually moving towards an enlightened and stable Pakistan. He said that the wave of awareness was heartening for the country.

Mr Hussain paid tribute to the officers and men of armed forces, rangers, frontier constabulary, other paramilitary forces and police who embraced martyrdom for protecting the public. These officers and men worked tirelessly for holding elections on time for which they deserved to be praised.

Mr Hussain thanked the election commission, particularly the chief election commissioner who worked day and night and ensured that the elections were held on time.

He said that the process of elections had ended and those who had any grievance should seek legal remedy instead of coming out on streets and creating difficulties for the country. He called on all political and religious parties to accept each other’s mandate with open heart and said that power should be transferred to the majority party.

He asked the people of Pakistan to resolve that they would join hands for transforming Pakistan according to the visions of the Quaid-i-Azam and Allama Iqbal. He said that we should learn to accept each other for putting Pakistan on the road of progress and prosperity.

He congratulated all parties who had won seats in the elections. He asked all those parties that could not secure seats to look upon their shortcomings and prepare for elections after five years.

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