Altaf Hussain calls Zardari, complains over thefts during nationalist rally

Zardari assures MQM chief that those responsible would be brought to task.


Web Desk March 24, 2012

Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) chief, Altaf Hussain telephoned President Asif Ali Zardari to express concerns over incidents of snatching at a rally by Nationalists, ExpressNews reported early Saturday morning.

During the call, Hussain called on Zardari to take notice of the unfortunate incident and called for the arrest of the criminals responsible for the act.

Zardari expressed his feelings over the news and assured Hussain that those responsible would be brought to book. Attempts to set Sindh Nationalists fighting amongst themselves will not be tolerated, he said.

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Sindhvoice | 8 years ago | Reply | Recommend

This is indeed very condemn-able that despite a big show of nationalist Sindhi party, ET failed to put a line about huge presence of people in Karachi Jalsa. What a biased Journalism!! One can disagree on one's idealogy, but a fair journalism demands due coverage to every one. In ET, Talibans and extremists get coverage on front page but progressive nationalist forces.

Sindhvoice | 8 years ago | Reply | Recommend

This news item also exposes MQM and their intentions towards Sindh. Nationalists are always peaceful and secular in their nature. During SC hearing on Karachi crisis, all parties were blamed for violence in Karachi but nationalist forces. No JIT report includes any Sindhi Nationalist party. To malign peaceful and progressive struggle of Sindhi nationalist forces, some forces are trying to create propaganda and media management in order to malign their name.

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