Karachi: Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) chief Altaf Hussain said on Sunday the All Pakistan Muttahida Students Organisation (APMSO) was playing the role of a vanguard for bringing a revolution of the 98 percent people belonging to the poor and middle classes in the country. In his message released from the party’s London secretariat on the eve of the 34th foundation day of the organisation, he said the APMSO had the unique distinction of having given birth to the revolutionary party — the MQM.
Hussain felicitated the office-bearers and workers of the APMSO on its foundation day, and said the struggle for a peaceful revolution in the country had started with the birth of the APMSO on June 11.
He said the abolishing injustices, oppression and the age-old feudal system was the prime objective of the MQM and the movement that had its origin in the APMSO would meet its destiny one day.
The Muttahida chief said that the student organisation that was formed in the University of Karachi 34 years ago had grown into a powerful party and its message was spreading in the length and breadth of the country speedily.
He said that there could be no hope for progress unless the dual education system was done away with. He asked the workers not to forget the sacrifices rendered by the martyrs. He also exhorted them to utilise their abilities for the benefit of the people and spread the party message effectively.