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Bilawal forced us to part ways from Sindh govt, MQM RC

Karachi: Muttahida Qumi Movement (MQM) Rabita Committee Pakistan and Rabita Committee London along with hundreds of party workers hosted an unusual press conference at MQM HQs Karachi today, Ary News reported.

Addressing the press conference deputy convener MQM Khalid Maqbool Siddiqui said that Pakistan Peoples Party has a history of discrimination and violence against MQM and urdu speaking community of urban Sindh, but it was Altaf Hussain who initiated the politics of reconciliation, “Today we say enough is enough,” added Siddiqui.
PPP gave us many opportunities to start politics of hate and violence but we ignored. At Eid day, the chairman Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) Bilawal Bhutto blamed Altaf Hussian and threatened our leader of consequences, let me make it clear, “ workers of MQM cannot tolerate anyone badmouthing against our leader”, said the deputy convener of MQM.
He further added that the statement of Khursheed Shah against the entire Urdu speaking nation and the remarks made by chairman PPP in Karachi rally are a continuation of their discriminatory politics.
He alleged that people from urban Sindh are not being given their due share in the government. “Karachi water board and building control has been changed to Sindh water board and building control,” Siddiqui alleged.
Its not just about the rights of Urdu speaking, all ethnicities are united under the banner of MQM and support our fight for the rights of urban sindh, he added.
We tried our best to stabilize Sindh government, we placed our credibility at stakes, but we now know that supporting PPP is like destabilizing Pakistan, said Siddiqui.
We demand new administrative units throughout Pakistan, including a rightly deserved province for urban Sindh.
Criticizing Bilwal Bhutto, Khalid Maqbool Siqqidui said that Bilawal Zardari can inherit Bambino Cinema but not the chairmanship of PPP because he is a Zardari.
“Today we are forced by the politics of PPP and its chairman to part ways from the PPP led Sindh government,” concluded Siddiqui.

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