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MQM protests in front of Pakistan High Commission in London in connection with Black Day


MQM protests in front of Pakistan High Commission in London in connection with Black Day
 Posted on: 8/15/2021

MQM protests in front of Pakistan High Commission in London in connection with Black Day

 

London:  15th August, 2021

Muttahida Quami Movement (MQM) observed Black Day on 14th August against state brutalities. In connection with the Black Day, MQM held a protest in front of Pakistan High Commission in London. MQM Central Coordination Committee Members, UK Organizer, Organizing Committee Members, Workers, Women and Children Participated in the demonstration. They were holding MQM flags, portrait of founder leader Altaf Hussain.  Protesters were also holding black flags in connection with Black Day and wore black armbands. Protesters raised the slogans “We want freedom”, “Stop state brutalities “, “Down with Army”, “Down with ISI”, “Down with Pakistan”

 Addressing on the occasion, Convener of MQM Central Coordination Committee, Mr. Tariq Jawaid said that as a result of constant state atrocities, we have taken the path of freedom, we will not back down and will continue to seek freedom. He further said that our leader Mr. Altaf Hussain had rightfully said that “The division of sub-continent is the greatest blunder in the history of mankind”. Mr.  Jawaid appealed to all oppressed nations to come forward and unite under the leadership of Mr. Altaf Hussain.

Mr. Qasim Ali Raza, Mustafa Azizabadi, MQM UK Organizer Sohail Khanzada, Finance Secretary Abdul Hafeez, Coordinator to Coordination Committee, Moin Ahmed, MQM US Central Organizing Committee Member Rehan Ibadat, Women's Wing Members Yasmeen Naveen, Ms. Seemi Tariq and human rights activist Arif Ajakia also addressed on the occasion.













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