Karachi violence: Awami Tehreek vows to 'avenge every drop of blood shed'

Published: May 22, 2012
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Ayaz Palijo says he will take revenge of the murders, not from innocent Urdu-speaking people, but from terrorists. PHOTO: EXPRESS/ FILE

Ayaz Palijo says he will take revenge of the murders, not from innocent Urdu-speaking people, but from terrorists. PHOTO: EXPRESS/ FILE

KARACHI: Awami Tehreek President Ayaz Latif Palijo vowed to avenge ‘every single drop of blood’ shed during riots in Karachi, which erupted after gunmen opened fire on a protest rally on Tuesday. “These murders will not go unnoticed. Those shedding blood on the streets of Karachi will be held accountable.”

Palijo announced that his party will take revenge of the murders “not from innocent Urdu-speaking people, but from the terrorists”. He added that the police left the areas as soon as firing began and the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) “stood there, watching Sindhis being killed”.

He told the media that his party received text messages from a certain political party last night, threatening a repeat of the May 12 scenario during the rally today. “During our rally, containers were placed to block our entry into certain areas. But when those supporting the Mohajir province were rallying, they were even allowed to enter the red zones, and were also given juices.”

“I thank PML-N and Jamaat-e-Islami who supported us in the protest,” he said and also thanked the Urdu-speaking people who joined Awami Tehreek’s protest today.

Over 10 people were killed and 23 injured in violence that erupted after unidentified gunmen opened fire on a rally organised by the Awami Tehreek and banned Peoples Amn Committee (PAC) to protest the formation of a Mohajir province.

The protesters were also rallying against the targeted operations in the Lyari area.

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  • abdullah
    May 22, 2012 - 7:25PM

    by calling baloch as sindhi cant change the facts mr palejo our baloch popoulation is 50% of sindh .so the day we get united we will teach lesson to all other stake holders from kammu shaeed to karachi show me a single village where there is no baloch .sindhi/samaat are playing double game with baloch they hate us from the core of heart but without baloch help their survival is at stake

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  • May 22, 2012 - 7:25PM

    Even Kids Can tell This is a Planned Activity !! These Politicians are going haywire !!

    Very Sad …

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  • Ejaz
    May 22, 2012 - 7:36PM

    I hold all those responsible for the present critical situation of the country, who conspired directly or indirectly to murder Z.A Bhutto. After his death, dacoits, bandits, thieves, frauds were let loose on this country’s treasury, who mercilessly looted and plundered the resources and even sold national interests to the enemy.

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  • Sindhdemandsjustice
    May 22, 2012 - 7:50PM

    Terrorists cant intimidate peaceful demonstrators. Violent and militant group of Karachi is responsible for all this mess. They are exposing themselves by killing innocent people. This is fundamental right of every party to conduct peaceful demonstrations in any democracy but it seems in Karachi, MQM doesnt want to allow any one this basic right. They want to terrorize people but this violence will expose them before whole world. Their hidden negative plans against Sindh are clear now. Whole Pakistan, civil society, Judiciary, lawyers, human right activists and media persons should take notice of this violence. If they wont stand by peaceful demonstrators, they will also be considered as supporters of violence against Sindhis.

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  • May 22, 2012 - 7:55PM

    Dark days are ahead.. A repeat of 80s and 90s is highly likely during the end of this year.. May God protect us..

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  • Reza Ali
    May 22, 2012 - 7:56PM

    Mr Palejo and People Aman Committee were responsible of the killing of innocent 11 people, why he took out rally in Karachi to create law and order situation in Karachi. Government should arrest Palejo, Marvi Memon and others over the killing of innocent people.

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  • SJ
    May 22, 2012 - 8:02PM

    PPP is to blame here. They have created space for further ethinic divide by starting with political scoring in Punjab. MQM is clearly behind the Mohajir province! Let them deny it, they love doing it any ways.

    Mr Palijo, it is time for you to show genuine and collective leadership and bring all Sindhi nationalists togethor!

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  • Sindhi_Pakistani
    May 22, 2012 - 8:02PM

    We have no hopes in this corrupt and incompetent govt of PPP-MQM. They have made this Pakistan unstable and place of violence. There is Law of Jungle. In the presence of Police, a rally was attacked and many people lost their lives, while target killers ran away successfully. Supreme Court is only HOPE and CJ is requested to take notice of this situation and bring culprits to books. It will be the biggest failure of Pakistan, if civil society, lawyers, media and political parties wont stand by innocent people who lost their lives. Media should not fear and speak truth and at this time biased reporting and selective analysis will also expose media’s nexus with those violent groups. Justice SHOULD be done.

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  • May 22, 2012 - 8:03PM

    @Karachi Metro:
    Don’t worry, Army will come in to perpetuate this democratic setup to serve US interest while banks fleece the people via taxes and inflation. There is no white knight only white phosphorus paid by Pakistanis to be used on Pakistanis.

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  • Junaid Ali
    May 22, 2012 - 8:08PM

    They are showing people of Pakistan that Martial is the only peaceful solution for them and these politicians cannot live peacefully for even 5 yrs.

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  • liberalpak
    May 22, 2012 - 8:26PM

    @Reza Ali:
    Dear bro, be honest and just. Forget any ethnicity and think for a second: Does every one have basic right to register peaceful protest? If yes, then in the presence of Police squad, if terrorists attacked a rally and killed innocent people, should they be brought to Justice or not? So are you with who were attacked or those who attacked? R u with terrorists or with innocent people who lost their lives? Dont be blind with racism; be fair and decide by urself with honesty.

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  • Falcon
    May 22, 2012 - 8:42PM

    @Reza Ali:
    You are way off the track buddy. It’s as if you are saying its people’s fault when they get shot because they are standing in a bullet’s way. Let’s grow up out of this stupid habit of taking sides and at least be honest to the innocent blood that has been spilled in the streets of Karachi today. That’s the least we can do!

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  • YP Toronto
    May 22, 2012 - 8:52PM

    There is no need for outside powers to destroy Pakistan. Pakistani politicians are bent over backward to destroy Pakistan to keep and gain power.

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  • zak
    May 22, 2012 - 8:56PM

    All plan of PPP to not allow elections to go on! Amans committee is a known terrorist group who use innocent people as shields. Uzair baluch must be disarmed and arrested for crimes! He is Don of karachi now!

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  • Oopsie!
    May 22, 2012 - 9:21PM

    Where is Army? SWAT was more peaceful than Karachi but still they conducted an operation there. Guess Army cant fight Khi’s Lethal Gangwars – and watching from bunkers as Innocent civilians DIE! or maybe they aren’t getting “paid” by the USAID for it hence the Silence!!!! Tsk

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  • Khurram
    May 22, 2012 - 9:23PM

    @Reza Ali: What is wrong if Sindhis were having a rally in Karachi??. Karachi is in Sindh and in Pakistan and they are Pakistanis and they have every right to held a protest there but a certain party dont want it. Also according to PPP and MQM Aman Committee is a terrorist gang but for the people on the ground they are not terrorists and come to Lyari to see how much Aman Commitee members are actually respected.

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  • Elhaan Khan
    May 22, 2012 - 9:46PM

    This is drama of agencies to prepare ground for martial law. MQM was created by military dictator to keep check on PPP in Sindh.

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  • Zamir
    May 22, 2012 - 9:49PM

    That is why In my view any future provinces starting from Punjab should be purely based on Administrative Basis. If any province in Pakistan will be made on ethnic basis then it will mark the way for more voices on the division of ethnic basis and we will see more bloodshed as then we will see voices of Pakhtoonistan and Muhajir Sooba and then nobody can suppress them and there will be more bloodshed and nothing else..

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  • Ejaz
    May 22, 2012 - 9:49PM

    Our judicial set up has been hijacked by the enemy trojens.The trojens are fanning separatist feelings under the garb of missing persons..After successful public meetings in Balauchistan by national political parties, the enemy has been discouraged a lot and seeing that propoganda of seperate Balauchistan being falsified, has activated its trojens to permanently remain in Balauchistan and start fanning the fire under pretext of missing person. But this gimmick is also doomed to failure. God save our country from these trojens.

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  • Deeds
    May 22, 2012 - 9:54PM

    Who is Mr Palejo anyway? Did even 40% of the commentators here know Mr. Palejo before today? … in law we have a term “cui bono?” which means “to whose benefit?”
    If there was killing today who benefited the most out of it? I really have no sympathy for mqm but to be honest its Mr Palejo who is getting the most limelight as a direct result of these killings… Cui Bono
    …for mqm… confronting mr. Palejo’s tonga party in this manner would be akin to political suicide by giving them too much importance… Cui Bono?
    …as for mr Palejo’s outfit… well they stand with the famous (infamous) people’s amn committeee… need I say more? the same amn comittee that was hurling grenades and rockets at the police a fortnight ago… and who when “reined in” were let off the hook by ppp.
    CUI BONO???

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  • Zamir
    May 22, 2012 - 10:04PM

    @Elhaan Khan: But now a days PPP and MQM are actually one on many issues. From Lyari Operation to creation of Provinces on Ethnic basis PPP and MQM are one.Recommend

  • Uza Syed
    May 22, 2012 - 10:24PM

    Ayaz Palijo is walking on foot steps of his father, Rasool Bux Palijo—–let this road the he opted for himself lead him to same oblivion that became poor Rasool Bux Palijo’s fate. ‘Poor’ son of a ‘poor’ father inherits the legacy of failure and frustration, they know nothing else but hatred, self hatred and hatred for anything and everything that they see or deal with. An extreme and tragic example of persecution maniacs.Recommend

  • Sindhi_Pakistani
    May 22, 2012 - 10:27PM

    @Deeds: What a genius person u are. Just putting blaming on a person who wanted to register peaceful protest is really easy. Show some courage and honesty to denounce violence against peaceful rally. It’s not important who is Mr. Palijo but even if he is none entity as an ordinary citizen, then again who has GIVEN right to urban militant groups to unleash terrorism against peaceful protesters.
    Instead of condemning violence, u r using propaganda to divert from basic issue. Show some maturity and say it if u support violence or condemn it what happened to Awami Tahreek’s rally?

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  • smj
    May 22, 2012 - 10:31PM

    When PPP and MQM both refused to support the division of Sindh, why these nationalists are beating the dead horse?

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  • okies
    May 22, 2012 - 10:35PM

    @Uza Syed
    Ayaz Palijo’s antics really do not surprise me because he is Rasool Bux Palijo’s son but what really surprises me is that he is also “Jeejee” Zarina Baloch’s son (Jeejee is a title given to her which means “mother”). She was a great, loving and caring lady and really worked for the poor and haris of Sindh and Baluchistan and stood up to feudals and dictators. It is disheartening to see her son indulge in the politics of hate.

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  • Sindhi_Pakistani
    May 22, 2012 - 10:37PM

    @Uza Syed: Wishful thinking and castles in the air are your choice to make. But even if Ayaz is considered to be no one, he has right to protest as Mohajir soba tahreek had. Were their rally attacked? Show some sanity and condemn violence against any one.
    Remember!!With many anti-ayaz Palijo comments, it gets more clear that Ayaz’s dare to challenge urban militant and violent group has made terrorists and their supporters uncomfortable and that makes him even more popular in peace loving people of Sindh and Pakistan.

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  • revo
    May 22, 2012 - 10:45PM

    PPP ANP MQM fighting for areas nothing else

    and supporters are dying

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  • Deeds
    May 22, 2012 - 10:50PM

    Cool it bro! Ofcourse, we all condemn violence whether carried out by Ayaz Palijo, mqm, Pakistanis or martians! Its just that whoever created this, the beneficiary is … guess again… Mr Ayaz Palijo. If it had not been for the violence, Mr. Palijo would not have featured on the front page of Pakistani news websites even if he climbed mount everest blindfolded!
    The very fact that you and I are wasting our precious time arguing over it here is ONLY due to the violence that has taken place in our beloved city, the violence that we both condemn. Who carried it out? I sure do not know… who benefited from it? … that we all know.

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  • Imdad Ali Shah
    May 22, 2012 - 10:50PM

    Jeay Sindh!!!
    Guns cant silence our voice!!! but they can make the fire more rampant!!!

    Jeay Sindh Sada Jeay!!

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  • Junaid Ali
    May 22, 2012 - 11:12PM

    Topi Drama…. Nothing else

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  • Babloo
    May 22, 2012 - 11:39PM

    Divide Karachi into 5 parts
    Mohajir, Sindhi, Pathan , Punjabi, Baluch
    sepertate them by barbed wire fence and allow travel between the 5 parts through a permit system.
    Is that a good, peaceful , practical solution ?

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  • smj
    May 22, 2012 - 11:42PM

    @Babloo: Yes Babbloo. It sounds like an amazing solution but how a barrier can stop bullets and rockets?Recommend

  • pakistani
    May 22, 2012 - 11:53PM

    what a pity, when the terrorist party held any protest, rally, or etc in Karachi, there would not be any threat of attack/violence. whereas when other parties organize their protest in karachi, they would always be attacked by gunmen or sucide bombers. this discrimination clearly exposes and justified mqm as the terrorist party..

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  • Lala Gee
    May 23, 2012 - 12:12AM

    The day PPP tabled the resolution for Seraiki province, I commented “Today the first brick of Muhajir province has been laid down”. The seeds of hatred and ethnic divide PPP has sown surely were to produce fruit, but even I didn’t imagine it would be so early and so bitter. It was astonishing how selfishly, especially in absence of any vocal demands for Seraiki province, the headless Prime Minister of PPP – who perhaps believe himself being an avatar of omniscience and providence – blinded by the boundless greed of glorification and vested personal gains, brought this havoc upon our nation. Creating more provinces in the country is not a bad idea, but only if done following a principle applied fairly throughout the country. However, in spite of the fact, even a right thing done at wrong time in a wrongly manner without any preparation is certainly ought to bring harm instead of the intended good. And there couldn’t be a worst time in the history of Pakistan than today when we are facing a myriad of existential challenges, to open up a new Pandora Box of issues and ethnic hostilities.

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  • Ali
    May 23, 2012 - 12:21AM

    Zardari started the compaign of saraiki province in Punjab…The fire reached Sindhi. Anyone has courage to say it was planned by MQM

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  • Kaspar
    May 23, 2012 - 12:32AM

    MQM is playing with fire. Why can’t they live and let live? Their trying to be extra clever would cost the country dearly, and above all, to the peace-loving and law-abiding Urdu speaking people of Sindh.
    Even a child understands that wall chalking for a ‘muhajir sooba’ cannot be done in MQM-dominated areas without the MQM’s tacit approval.
    They are testing waters, according to some analysts. But this is an exercise in futility. Any person with the lest amount of sense should know that there would be terrible reaction to such demands, and rightly so.
    Another point to understand is that if such a ‘sooba’ were ever to come into existence, what would be the plight of the people living under MQM-domination, given the MQM tendency not to tolerate dissent at all at any level? May God give them the capacity to understand that a ‘separate sooba’ would be a curse rather than a blessing not only for Karachiites of every description but for the MQM itself.
    They should have mercy on Karachi, help preserve its cosmopolitan character and learn to live with other communities within the parameters of law. Therein lies the survival and well-being of this country and of the province of Sindh.

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  • Lala Gee
    May 23, 2012 - 12:42AM

    @Sindhdemandsjustice:

    “Whole Pakistan, civil society, Judiciary, lawyers, human right activists and media persons should take notice of this violence. If they wont stand by peaceful demonstrators, they will also be considered as supporters of violence against Sindhis.”

    I’m sure you must have excluded the denizens of Central and Northern Punjab as well as ofKPK because it was Sindhi PPP supporters who were very happy on the idea of dividing Punjab and KPK, and expressed their happiness through comments when a resolution of Seraikistan in National Assembly was tabled by PPP; and as a counter measure PML(N) had to bring the most dumb resolution for South Punjab and Bahawalpur provinces perpetuating the issue and divide. Didn’t you hear the very common adage “so shall you sow, so shall you reap”.

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  • Mir
    May 23, 2012 - 12:46AM

    @abdullah: either you are misguided or filled with hatred, sindhi and baloch origin population are mixed up so much so that no one from outside the can’t recognise it just take the example of ayaz palijo, secondly sindhi and baloch populations historically have stakes on each other include siriakis too, this bond is very strong and deep rooted and cant be broken on anybody’s wishes.
    @deeds: so you think ultimate beneficiary is ayaz palijo, you are wrong there is another party who has largest stakes on karachi and it’s clear that party doesnot want anybody else to take a share from the cake, secondly that party is threatening PPP govt to conduct local elections as soon as possible if not then they will withdraw their support from centre at this critical time.
    The problem is other small stakeholders are also taking up arms and talking of revenge against that party and that party is jealous about karachi so much so that it can go to any extent.

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  • Uza Syed
    May 23, 2012 - 1:09AM

    @Sindhi_Pakistani: No, don’t get me wrong I’m neither for Mohajir Suba nor against this Palijo as a person, my issue is with the rhetorics the very vocabulary of these folks. This is not the language of reconciliation or friendship, if one likes spitting venom all people have to say and think of him is a snake. See, it takes only few words and expressions that degrade a human being from what he is down to a level which gets nothing but hate and abhorance and rejection. Ayaz Palijo is not doing politics, what he is doing is inciting the people to cut each other into pieces and that is mean and condemnable. 12 dead and 29 injured is a bad news about anyone and for anyone especially someone who claims leadership role. Leaders are supposed to shield and protect their followers and their lives and do not commodify human lives and destroy human lives as a means to achieve some other goals. Nothing, nothing at all is worth acquiring at the cost of human lives, we are all humans first and foremost then any thing else.

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  • Altaf
    May 23, 2012 - 1:14AM

    you don’t need to divide Karachi into 5 parts for peace. just TWO. rich —- poor.

    problem solved.

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  • true_blue_pakistani
    May 23, 2012 - 1:21AM

    Mohajir province creation long overdue. Earlier creation is better.
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  • Tch tch
    May 23, 2012 - 1:57AM

    @Reza Ali:
    They are the victims. You should condemn the ones who shot at them instead. Or are you suggesting they shot at their own rally.Hypocrite.
    @Uza @ Deeds Syed Why the hate? You cant even condemn a barbaric deed as one of today? Paliajo and his motley crew have the democratic right to protest where ever he likes.

    If successful in Karachi politics is measured in Protection money generation, Bori band bodies,and general mayham. I would prefer a “frustated failure”.

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  • Adnan
    May 23, 2012 - 2:04AM

    The operation in Lyari should have been an operation against MQM. Ungrateful bunch of thugs!

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  • Kaalchakra
    May 23, 2012 - 2:09AM

    No peace until justice – Islam’s eternal truth.

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  • Navaid
    May 23, 2012 - 2:13AM

    Sindh will be divided, and a Mohajirstan will be created. No force on earth can stop that from happening, GUARANTEED. Pakistanis, prepare for the most prosperous province in the making, MOHAJIRSTAN…coming soon to an Urban Sindh near you…stay tuned.

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  • May 23, 2012 - 2:31AM

    We Pakistani’s, the other communities living in Karachi, are in solidarity with our Sindhi brothers, our fellow sons of the soil, we are with you, we do not want a partitioned Sindh, u even have Mian saab’s PML N’s support, the 2nd biggest political party and the current opposition are with u along with other Non Mohajir communities in Karachi and Pakistan. Pakistani zindabad, Pakistan Zindabad, shame on these traitors of Pakistan who would kill innocent people doing a peaceful protest, do u people remember, what happened after Dr Mirza’s speech, 14 people needlessly died because of the overly sensitive attitude of MQM hard liners.

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  • abdullah
    May 23, 2012 - 3:22AM

    @Mir:
    i am neither out sider nor i hate any one but we have our own tribal/national identity which is not subservent to any local civilisation

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  • abdullah
    May 23, 2012 - 3:33AM

    why anti baloch comments are encouraged and pro baloch ones are put on waiting isnt it unfair attitude

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  • Syed Faisal
    May 23, 2012 - 4:32AM

    Na manzoor Na manzoor Mohajir Sooba Na Manzoor

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  • Anonymous
    May 23, 2012 - 7:16AM

    @Uza Syed:
    Please don’t be dishonest
    You have written so much in favor of muhajirs that every body knows where you stand. That is your right.
    But don’t blame victim that it is victim’s fault.
    Sindhis are paying the price for good deeds. They opted for Pakistan and they have to live with consequence. Imagine if they had voted for India and Balochies were not board also.
    This is historical paradox and Sindhis should be punished for that.

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  • mosiqar
    May 23, 2012 - 7:42AM

    I wrote the same before and writing To All my Pakistani brother and sisters, what is wrong with divisions? Government runs like a business and business need administration. West Pakistani Nation of 30 million, 4 provinces and cultures, now grow to 200 millions and many more ethnic groups and culture. We must learn to share it. Dubai is hosting may cultures and so is Malaysia and Singapore

    Now is the time I like to see some intellectuals to start this debate and make our country to grow as respectable and modern nation. Please stop them who want to take us in ice age

    Mosiqar

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  • paindoo
    May 23, 2012 - 8:11AM

    PML-N is trying to sabotage the division of Punjab by creating a fake movement and counter movement of provincial division in Sindh. Remember, India divided east Punjab thrice already.

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  • Junaid Ali
    May 23, 2012 - 8:57AM

    New Provinces should be made out of existing Districts, so it will be non ethnic and easy to govern.

    So Sindh can have 39 provinces, all made out of current districts, from Karachi to Kashmore and every district will plan its own development and have its own funds and collect its own taxes.

    They will not have to wait for Mr CM to remember them once in a 2 yrs period and allott some taraqqiyati funds.

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  • Bravo
    May 23, 2012 - 10:58AM

    Planned Game old story ….politics over dead people…(lashon p siyasat)

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  • vigilant
    May 23, 2012 - 11:32AM

    Our politicians our enemies

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  • Kamal Kazmi
    May 23, 2012 - 3:57PM

    Can any MQM critic tell me, Firing occurred on rally or by the rally on napier road Non MQM area come in Lyari all the death were in Lyari from where MQM comes in between?
    Its a planned game by PMLN to get sindhi votes in next election

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  • Sami
    May 23, 2012 - 4:20PM

    The real Target behind all this drama in PPP not MQM, MQM will easily from Urban Sindh. Nawaz Sharif hate against Sindh is pushing Sindh towards Civil war if Sindhi Mohajir Baloch fights who will suffer? The Business will shift to Punjab.
    I request all Sindhis and Mohajirs to understand this conspiracy Provinces can’t be made by wall chalkings and banners.
    By inciting the hate between Sindhis and Mohajirs Nawaz Sharif is Actually giving birth to a Province Have You all Sindhi Mohajirs forget who was the person Proposed Mohajir Sobaa in the first place few months back?
    Shahbaz Sharif
    thenews.com.pk/Todays-News-13-5515-Shahbaz-wants-Karachi-to-be-a-separate-provinceRecommend

  • Syed Faisal
    May 23, 2012 - 10:55PM

    This is a replica of the events what had happened in 12 May 2007. With the inception of MQM the city of karachi only see the bloodbath.

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  • Hafeez khasheli
    May 23, 2012 - 11:25PM

    I Love Sindhi i just don’t hate Urdu Speaking but i Love my mother land language and culture,,
    Sindhis are not responsible,,, their own killing,,,,,,,,

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  • Raja Islam
    May 23, 2012 - 11:50PM

    @Reza Ali: this is like saying that children should not go out to a playground to play or they might get hurt. What you are saying is that peaceful protesters should not protest because if they do so we will kill them and if that happens that it is the protesters fault and not the killers.

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  • Raja Islam
    May 23, 2012 - 11:54PM

    @Deeds:
    What you are saying is besides the point. Forget about Palijo for a minute even if you were leading a peaceful rally, no one has the right to come out and kill you and your supporters just because they disagree with the protest.

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  • Raja Islam
    May 23, 2012 - 11:55PM

    @Ali:
    It was MQm who raised the resolution on a Seraiki province in the national assembly.

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  • tahir
    May 23, 2012 - 11:59PM

    @Reza Ali: Oh yeah? And were you this vocal against the urdu-speaking mohajirs when they took out rallies in favor of the so-called mohajir province just five days ago? Or were you helping distribute their pamphlets in the metropolis? It is sickening when biases are as transparent as yours.

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  • chaudhry
    May 24, 2012 - 3:41PM

    Time for a fair census in Karachi
    to adjudge who stands where.

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  • Syéd
    May 24, 2012 - 6:01PM

    Mqm is killer of karachi peoples.

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