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MQM's Salahuddin lashes out at Sindh govt over workers' killings

KARACHI: Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) leader Ghazi Salahuddin on Friday said that Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) is running Sindh government over a ‘notice taking’ ticker, ARY News reported.

Expressing his views in ARY News show ‘ Sawal Yeh Hai’, MQM leader claimed that PPP, the ruling party of Sindh has commissioned dacoits in police stations of the province and is not even condemning the frequent killings of MQM workers.

Salahuddin accused Sindh government of issuing  a statement that “Chief Minister has taken notice of the incident’ and feels relieved of its responsibilities.

He compared the statement with a news ticker on TV accusing the provincial government of relying on the token gesture.

Salahuddin whose own brother Zia Salahuddin was killed in December 2014 said that MQM staged a sit-in with dead bodies of party workers for 12 hours but none from the Sindh government even came to inquire about or expressed sympathy with the murdered workers.

Salahuddin while answering a question by host Dr. Danish, remarked that a TV anchor is questioning MQM chief’s demand of a ‘martial law’ in Sindh while the ruling party PPP  has never bothered to ask such a question.

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