If cases can be opened against Zardari, they can be opened against Altaf too: Afaq

MQM-H chief says MQM is facing a lot of problems and the in-fighting may hurt Mohajirs.

Web Desk July 02, 2013
Mohajir Qaumi Movement-Haqiqi chairman Afaq Ahmed says money being looted from Karachi should be investigated. PHOTO: INP/FILE

KARACHI: Muhajir Qaumi Movement - Haqiqi (MQM-H) chief Afaq Ahmed on Tuesday said that if the federal government can reopen cases against President Asif Ali Zardari, it can also open cases against Altaf Hussain, Express News reported.

Addressing a press conference in Karachi, Afaq urged the British government to take the Imran Farooq investigation to its logical conclusion.

The MQM-H chief also said that the money being looted from Karachi and extradited to London should be investigated.

Afaq added that while his group had the resources to respond to acts of terrorism, he did not want a conflict. He said that the MQM is currently facing a lot of problems, including in-fighting and this will harm the Mohajirs.


ali | 8 years ago | Reply

to become CM u need enough seat to win from whole sindh !! no one stop u to become CM Esharat ul Ibad is Governor from Decades ! Gen mush ruled whole country for more than 10years he is mohajir too according to your definition !!!

sohail khan | 8 years ago | Reply

@ Naeem Khan of Manhattan,

So if you are now American why you are involved in such discussions blaming muhajirs for calling muhajirs instead of sindhis. The day a muhajir will become Chief Minister of Sindh and the day when all biased discriminations on ethnic basis will stop, we will be too happy not to call ourselves muhajirs. Why other ethnic groups like pathans, baluchis, memon etc called themselves with their ethnic identity while living in karachi and sindh for last 60 years. You can not compel any person or group for having their own identity, religion, language and culture, it takes centuries to become one identity. So pls relaxed and sweep your own door while sitting in Manhattan.

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