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Mustafa Kamal demands rehabilitation of MQM workers

Kamal

KARACHI: Chairman Pak Sarzameen Party (PSP) Mustafa Kamal on Monday demanded rehabilitation of Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) workers to bring them in the mainstream, ARY News reported.

“The people associated with MQM do not want to commit wrong but they have found a leader who makes them do this. Missing persons should be presented before court and the accused on remand should be released,” he said while addressing a press conference at PSP Secretariat in Karachi.

Several other senior PSP leaders and a large number of MQM dissident officials were also present on the occasion.

He said the establishment could not kill people they need to change their minds. The misled people should be given way out like people of FATA and Balochistan have been given. PSP has come to show misled people the right path. 

The chairman PSP said Chief MQM Altaf Hussain wanted dead bodies from his workers. Altaf once said had he been a worker he would have killed a hundred people a day.

“Body of missing person, Riaz, has been found. We condemn it and want the government to take notice of such incidents and stop this,” he said.

To a query, he said PSP wanted MQM chief’s ban to be lifted so that everyone could hear what he was saying.

“Tell me a single name which Altaf is confident of in 32 years to nominate for the leadership after him,” he said.

He also said voice should be raised at every forum for the rights of Kashmiris.

Kamal said a lot had been said about them in four months which showed that their presence did matter. “We take it as a compliment.”

“PSP has become millions of people’s party in such a short span of time. We are working for the country to save it,” he said.

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