Pakistani is facing the challenges of terrorism, extremism and sectarianism: Governor Khosa
All political parties should play their role in eradicating terrorism, extremism and sectarianism from country: MQM
Governor of the Punjab Sardar Muhammad Latif Khosa visited the International Secretariat of Muttahida Quami Movement (MQM) in London and met members of the Co-ordination Committee. He was received at the secretariat by members of the Co-ordination Committee. Governor Khosa was accompanied by Pakistani High Commissioner in London Mr Wajid Shamsul Hassan and Community Welfare Officer of the Pakistani High Commission Mr Balkh Sher Khosa.
In-charge of the International Secretariat of the MQM Mr Mustafa Azizabadi, Joint In-charge Mr Muhammad Ashfaque, and members of the Co-ordination Committee Mr Muhammad Anwer, Mr Anis Advocate, Mr Saleem Shahzad and Mr Tariq Mir were present in the meeting with the governor.
Speaking on the occasion Governor Khosa said that Pakistan is faced with terrorism, extremism, sectarianism, and many other challenges but the present Pakistani government is making every effort to meet these challenges. He added that it is of utmost importance to strengthen democracy for dealing with these challenges because the stability of the country was directly dependent upon a vibrant democracy.
Governor Khosa appreciated the efforts being made by Mr Altaf Hussain, the founder and leader of the MQM, towards promoting sectarian and religious harmony and strengthening democracy in the country.
Members of the Co-ordination Committee said that the MQM believes that the biggest challenges threatening the country are religious extremism, terrorism and sectarianism. They said that every political party of the country should play their role in eradicating the scourge of terrorism, extremism, and sectarianism from the country by displaying unity and solidarity.