MQM chief calls Zardari, condemns NATO attack on Pakistani soldiers

Published: November 28, 2011

Altaf Hussain assures President Zardari that the whole nation stands by the Pakistan army. PHOTO: APP/FILE

Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) chief Altaf Hussain called President Asif Ali Zardari on Monday to condemn the Nato attack on a Pakistani check post in Mohmand agency which killed 24 soldiers, reported Express 24/7.

Altaf Hussain, while showing solidarity with the president, discussed the issues of national security and sovereignty. He assured the president that the whole nation stands by the Pakistan army when it comes to the security of Pakistan.

The MQM chief also expressed complete solidarity with the government saying that the government has taken an appropriate stand on the issue.

He added that the MQM will take out a rally in support of the government.

The president appreciated MQM’s initiative saying that such efforts are an emblem of our unity and strength for the rest of the world.

An early Saturday morning attack by North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (Nato) helicopters killed at least 24 security personnel and injured 12 soldiers on a check post in Salala, which is located in the Tehsil Bayzai area of Mohmand Agency on the Pak-Afghan border, initiating a wave of condemnation across the nation.

Reader Comments (3)

  • Pakistani
    Nov 28, 2011 - 11:47AM

    Please also condemn the attack on ZM in London.


  • Dr. Who!
    Nov 28, 2011 - 11:51AM

    Come home to Pakistan Altaf “bhai”, the nation needs your courageous leadership.


  • corrupted_leader...
    Nov 29, 2011 - 4:32PM

    @Dr. Who!:
    “courageous leadership.” Not make me laugh ….


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