Mirza declares war on MQM

Mirza says his aim is to serve the people of Sindh and that his loyalty still lay with President Asif Ali Zardari.

Express September 01, 2011

BADIN: Former Sindh Interior Minister, Zulfiqar Mirza has announced war against the Muttahida Qaumi Movement and termed its chief, Altaf Hussain's ailment and admission to hospital as a “drama”.

While talking to media in Badin, Mirza said that he had revealed only 10 per cent of the information against MQM and the rest is yet to be revealed.

(Read: Hitting back: MQM questions Mirza's mental health)

The former minister said that he is a now a non-political person and his only aim is to serve the people of Sindh.

He also reiterated his loyalty with President Asif Ali Zardari and said that those who criticise the President should consider Mirza as their enemy.

Mirza also issued an apology, saying he was sorry if he hurt anyone by his earlier statements.

(Read: That's what he said: Mirza lets it all out)

Mirza had revealed a bombshell last week when in a marathon press conference he alleged the MQM to be involved in target killing, extortion and even pursuing an anti-state agenda.

He had also alleged that Federal Interior Minister, Rehman Malik was siding with the MQM and blackmailing the federal government.

Mirza had also tendered his resignation from his posts in the Sindh government and political party, the Pakistan People Party.

Mirza had produced documents, which he had amassed during his time as the Minister of Interior of Sindh against the MQM.



Ahsan Rizvi | 12 years ago | Reply

The way he has conducted himself against mqm shows his bias attitude. if he really thinks that he is speaking the truth than why has he confined himself only to the extent of MQM. He should hold the HOLY QURAN and tell the truth about the assassination of Benazir Bhutto and Murtaza Bhutto.

aleem | 12 years ago | Reply What ever comments passed by Dr Mirza looks true and what he said by taking Quran.
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