“The MQM chief takes money from RAW to destabilize Karachi and not to build it,” he claimed while addressing workers.
Kamal, former mayor Karachi and Mutahidda leader, said the MQM chief was vitally important for the government and it wont take conclusive decision against Altaf.
He said MQM could be wiped out if its mandate remain no more intact.
He appealed the establishment to give chance to boys covicted in Karachi a one more chance like those given in Balochistan.
On March 3, 2015, Kamal returned home from self-imposed exile on Thursday and launched a new political party to challenge the iron grip of the Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) on the city.
Kamal had left Pakistan in 2013 over reported differences with Altaf Hussain, and had lived in Dubai since then.
In a tirade that lasted almost two hours at his press conference upon return, Kamal accused Husain of the murders of party workers. He said Husain personally ran the party’s militant wing.