The fourth day of the sit-in was observed as Youm-e-Dua and was spiritually celebrated throughout the country by various religious communities, including Christian, Hindus, Sikh and other minority groups.
The sits-in against MQM Chief Altaf Hussain’s arrest, despite his health issues were continued on fourth-day and the participants seemed no way to withdraw their determination to show solidarity with their party chief. Hundred of countrywide Youm-e-Dua congregations were held after Friday prayers, especially in interior Sindh and Karachi.
The main congregation was held at the sit-in, where MQM local leaderships, including Deputy Conveners Rabta Committee Dr Khalid Maqbool Siddiqui, Dr Nusrat, Engr. Nasir Jamal, members, MPAs, MNAs, workers, thousands of men and women supporters, including Ullema, professors, political personalities, social workers, religious personalities, including Christians, Sikhs and Hindus, industrialists, lawyers, journalists, doctors, engineers, and others were also participated.
People underwent intense passions during the prayers for their beloved leader, and shed tears in extreme anxiety. MQM newly-elected Senator Maulana Tanvirul Haq Thanvi carried out Dua process and prayed to Almighty Allah to relief their pain and to give Altaf Hussain a healthy and prosperous life.
Meanwhile, various delegations, including the daughter of the descendant of Sufi Khawaja Moin-ud-din Chishti Ajmeri, a delegation of PFUJ comprising of Amin Yusuf, G.M. Jamali, a Christian delegation, and others were visited the Numaish sit-in and prayed for MQM Chief Altaf Hussain.