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Telephonic conversation between Altaf Hussain and Chief Minister Sindh Syed Qaim Ali Shah

Telephonic conversation between Altaf Hussain and Chief Minister Sindh Syed Qaim Ali Shah
 Posted on: 2/11/2014
Informed about the extra-judicial killings and illegal arrests of the MQM workers
 The Founder and Leader of Muttahida Quami Movement (MQM) Mr Altaf Hussain has said that the MQM is a representative political party and it cannot be eliminated by state repression. He said this while talking to Chief Minister Sindh Syed Qaim Ali Shah on telephone on Monday.
Mr Hussain informed the Chief Minister about the extra-judicial killings of Muhammad Salman, Muhammad Adil and other workers of the MQM. He also apprised him about the illegal arrests of the workers and sympathizers of the MQM and enforced disappearances of 45 workers. He said that the mother of one missing worker passed away because of the grief.
Mr Hussain also informed Mr Shah about the arrest of Fahad Aziz, worker of Korangi Sector of the MQM, by police and law-enforcing agencies and subjecting him to barbaric and inhuman torture in custody.
Mr Hussain said that the Mohajirs were the permanent residents of Sindh and they wanted to work with others for the progress and prosperity of the province but they were being subjected to state repression under a conspiracy. He said that police personnel were being avowedly killed by the Taliban and other allied terrorists groups but instead of going after them, targeting the MQM workers and implicating them in false cases was highly condemnable.
Mr Hussain asked the Chief Minister to take notice of the extra-judicial killings of the MQM workers, illegal arrests and inhuman torture in the custody. He said that action should be taken against the officials who were involved in inflicting sadistic torture. He asked Mr Shah to take immediate steps for the recovery of the 45 missing MQM workers.
Mr Shah assured Mr Hussain that he had taken notice of the illegal arrests of MQM workers and torture inflicted on them in custody. He told Mr Hussain that an inquiry committee has been formed to inquire into these incidents. He said that the MQM was a public force which could not be finished by anyone. He said that the people of Sindh would have to work together for fighting the menace of the Taliban.

10/21/2016 3:14:50 PM