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Pakistan should ask British govt to take action against MQM chief: Imran

IMRAN KHAN FEATURED

KARACHI: Chairman Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Imran Khan on Monday said the federal government should contact and ask British government to take action against its citizen, Muttahida Qaumi Movement Chief Altaf Hussain, who was inciting violence in Pakistan, ARY News reported.

“Shameful and condemnable attack on ARY News and Samaa channels in Karachi. Such deliberately instigated violence by any political leaders is sheer criminal behaviour,” he said in a tweet.

He said Altaf Hussain has no stakes in Pakisan, why would he want peace here? He said the UK government should be told that Altaf hussain was a British citizen and he was inciting violence from British soil.

Imran said that this was not the first time Altaf had uttered such nonsense against Pakistan. “Back in 2004 Altaf Hussain termed the creation of Pakistan as the biggest blunder in the history of mankind. The Pakistan government should immediately approach the UK govt as Altaf Hussain is a British citizen,” he said.

He said MQM people here in Karachi were helpless, they were being controlled like a mafia by a don sitting in UK.

“UK has a law ‘incitement to violence’ according to which it should take action against Altaf Hussain, because channels are attacked on his order,” he said. He said on his orders PTI leader Zahra Shahid Hussain was killed in 2013.  



British govt should be asked to take action… by arynews

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