‘Allegations against MQM founder proved true’

PSP chief claims situation in Karachi deteriorated when Pakistan raised voice for Kashmir

Our Correspondent June 29, 2020



The court verdict in the Dr Imran Farooq murder case, in light of the Scotland Yard investigation and confessions, has proved all his allegations against the Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) founder true, claimed Pak Sarzameen Party chairperson Syed Mustafa Kamal.

Commenting on the verdict, Kamal claimed he had remained silent for three days after the judgment as he wanted to see if the "so-called representatives of the Muhajirs" would speak about it, but the MQM kept mum because they had kept the flag and symbol of the party's founder alive.

"No worker in the MQM can be as stalwart as Dr Farooq," he said. "If he [MQM founder] can give orders to kill a great leader like him, then no other worker has any status."

Kamal reiterated that it had been proven the MQM founder was receiving money from Indian intelligence agency Research and Analysis Wing (RAW). "The enemy did not pay him and his party to build schools and hospitals in the city, but to carry out terrorism in Karachi so that Muhajirs, Pashtun, Baloch and Sindhis would fight and kill each other," he claimed.

The PSP leader alleged that whenever Pakistan raised its voice for the Kashmiri cause, the situation in Karachi would deteriorate, distracting the country's focus from the Indian atrocities in Kashmir.

"Our forefathers gave their lives to create this country. How unfortunate that the generations of Pakistan's founders are RAW agents," he stated, accusing the MQM founder of destroying generations of Muhajirs at the behest of India.


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