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MQM chief rejects BBC report, terms it “conspiracy”

In a statement issued here, he said enemies were bent-on to disintegrate MQM.

He said he never indulged in politics of corruption and oppression. “Had I earned money through illegal means, I would have been the richest man of the country,” he told his workers.

Read more: MQM terms BBC report “part of campaign to distort its image”

Mr. Hussain referred to Rabita Committee members that they could leave him, if they want so.

Earlier, in its press conference, Rabita Committee said several accusations were also leveled against the party in the past including the Jinnah Pur controversy, but all those charges were proved baseless later.

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