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Altaf Hussain asks Establishment to consider new provinces for urban areas of Sindh


Establishment should pay attention to the growing sense of deprivation in urban Sindh: Altaf Hussain
 Posted on: 11/18/2015
Establishment should pay attention to the growing sense of deprivation in urban Sindh: Altaf Hussain

London: 18th November 2015.
 MQM Founder and Leader Altaf Hussain has said the Establishment should pay attention to the growing sense of deprivation among the people living in urban Sindh. “A new province consisting of urban areas should be made to give the people their due share in power.”

He was talking to the office-bearers of Tando Allahyar Zone on Tuesday.

Mr Hussain said, “Our forefathers had fought for Pakistan. They had offered sacrifices of hundreds of thousands of lives but their descendants are being subjected to hatred and prejudice in Pakistan.”

“We have been struggling for our rights and begging for our quota for the past seventy years. We have been appealing to consider us citizens with equal rights but our appeals have been falling on deaf ears.”

Mr Hussain warned if the attitude of hatred and prejudice was not changed and rights were not given, we would wage a struggle and then it would have to be decided on 50-50 basis instead of the existing 60-40 quota.

He said I had been warning about Talibanization in Karachi but Chief Minister Sindh denied it and blamed that I was misleading the nation.

“When I warned that Al-Qaeda is establishing its foothold in Karachi, they said they said there was no presence of Al-Qaeda in Karachi.”

“When I said ISIS has arrived in Pakistan, the foreign secretary said ISIS did not exist in Pakistan, whereas it has now been revealed that persons arrested in connection Safoora tragedy have links with ISIS.”

Mr Hussain said those who are denying all this are lying to the nation.

“The fact of the matter is that there are many areas in Karachi where Taliban and other banned outfits have made their safe havens and even police and rangers cannot enter there.”

Mr Hussain paid tribute to workers and sympathizers of Tando Allahyar for their steadfastness.
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