Kamra attack, Hindu migration part of conspiracy against Pakistan: Altaf Hussain

MQM chief asks political leaders to focus on solving problems rather than fighting for power.

Web Desk August 17, 2012
Kamra attack, Hindu migration part of conspiracy against Pakistan: Altaf Hussain

Political leaders should focus on solving the problems faced by Pakistan rather than fighting for power, said Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) chief Altaf Hussain on Friday.

Commenting on the PAF Kamra base attack and Hindu migration to India, MQM chief said that the events appear to be a part of a conspiracy hatched against Pakistan.

Hussain requested intellectuals, columnists and various political, religious and social leaders to address these issues faced by the country.

Members of the MQM have been meeting representatives of political parties in an effort to hold a roundtable conference on national security, featuring stakeholders – including military leadership, religious and political leaders and intellectuals.

They had also met President Asif Ali Zardari in Karachi, the Jamaat-e-Islami in Lahore and the Awami National Party and Pakistan Muslim League-Quaid in Islamabad in July for this purpose.


N choudhary | 11 years ago | Reply

It is nothing but fooling the people, creation of equilibarium against issue of banglideshi migrents in assam.It is going to cost SAARC countries.Wise to be alert.

G. Din | 11 years ago | Reply

@timbucktoo: @Khurram: " International Border must be sealed permanently and the Two Nation Theory be laid to rest for good. " I applaud your suggestion. However, I think by doing so we shall not be laying TNT to rest for good (burying it) but affirming how Jinnah, in his infinite wisdom, was correct all along and so, TNT lives hale and hearty! @hassan: " India is going to suffer if Pakistan destabilized. Like Pakistan is suffering after Afghanistan destabilization. " Trust me, we can handle it. Please, please, do not stabilize on our account!

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