An important meeting of the members of the different wings of the Muttahida Quami Movement held at Khursheed Begum Secretariat AzizAbad
The Deputy Convener of the Central Coordination Committee Dr Khalid Maqbool Siddiqi addressed the meeting and apprised the workers and office bearers of the party with national & international situation, deteriorating law & order situation, sectarian killings, incidents of terrorism and the ongoing national and international conspiracies against MQM.
The meeting was also attended by the members of the central Coordination Committee Wasay jalil, Hyder Abbas Rizvi, Syed Amin Ul Haque, Amir Khan, Adil Khan, Khalid Sultan, Aslam Afridi, Ahmed Salim Siddiqi and Gulfaraz Khan Khattak.
Dr Siddiqi Said that heinous conspiracies are being hatched both on national & international level to crush the practical struggle of the MQM, however the coercive forces have forgotten that the suppression of the righteous struggle will turned out to be counterproductive. The same phenomenon happened during the 1992 operation when MQM emerged on national level as a third biggest political party of the country and today MQM does not only exist in Pakistan but is shining in all the five sub continents of the world.
Dr Siddiqi said that since MQM is the only political party which is an obstacle in the way of international forces to accomplish their nefarious designs in Pakistan, thus it is facing conspiracies both on national & international level.
Dr Siddiqi advised the workers to disseminate the message of righteousness of the Founder and Leader of MQM Mr Altaf Hussain more diligently and contest the conspiracies with complete steadfastness.
He urged all the workers to demonstrate fortitude, strength and courage and keep themselves prepared both mentally & physically to face any kind of hardships in changing scenario.
Especial prayers were offered by all the participants in the end of the meeting who prayed Almighty Allah for the health and long life of Mr Hussain and reiterated to face all kind of conspiracies bravely.