KARACHI: The Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) Chief Altaf Hussain said that the unrest in Karachi is a part of a conspiracy by foreign forces to disintegrate Pakistan and that they wanted him “dead”.
He said this while addressing a joint emergency meeting of the MQM Raabta Committee in London and Karachi.
The MQM chief proclaimed that his party was a major hurdle in the way of such conspiracies.
Altaf Hussain made it clear that no force that suppress the peace-loving Urdu-speaking people and that they will not be a slave to the foreign forces conspiring against them.
He also directed the Raabta Committee to send two witnesses for the submission of his will.
The MQM leader has also told the party leaders to continue his mission after his demise.
Earlier, former Sindh interior minister Zulfiqar Mirza had announced a "war" against the MQM and alleged that MQM is involved in creating tensions in Karachi.
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