Altaf's statements prove he is working for Pakistan's enemies: Punjab CM

Shahbaz Sharif says Altaf’s anti-state and anti-army speeches prove he is working against the country


Web Desk August 02, 2015
PHOTO: INP

Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif on Sunday said Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) chief Altaf Hussain’s statements reflect he is working for the enemies of Pakistan, Express News reported.

“Altaf’s anti-state and anti-army speeches prove he is working against the country and its security forces,” Shahbaz said in a statement.

“His [Altaf's] statements have badly exposed his evil face to the people,” the chief minister’s statement added.







The chief minister lauded the role of Rangers, saying the MQM chief’s statements prove the Karachi operation is heading in the right direction and the Rangers are performing their responsibilities effectively.

“Altaf Hussain has hurt the feelings of two hundred million Pakistanis,” Shahbaz said. “People of Pakistan will never forgive him.”

Read: ATC declares MQM chief Altaf Hussain an absconder

The chief minister added the entire nation was eagerly waiting to see see the exemplary end of those who call India for help.

Addressing his party’s lawmakers and workers last month, the MQM chief had blamed Rangers for maltreatment of its workers.

“Rangers personnel treat people in Karachi exactly how the Indian troops behave in occupied Kashmir,” Altaf had said.

He had further accused the paramilitary forces of behaving like a mafia in the country’s financial hub.

Read: Hard and abrasive: Altaf criticises Rangers’ role in Karachi

Earlier in May, after facing strong criticism over his comments regarding the army, MQM chief Altaf Hussain had apologised if his words had “hurt national security institutions and patriotic people.”

COMMENTS (19)

straightshooter | 6 years ago | Reply @Hasan Askari: Perhaps Shahbaz will 'get lost' if Altaf 'shuts up'. My humble opinion really.
Ahmad | 6 years ago | Reply CM is absolutely right, Altaf is a cancer, and must be removed.
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