Kamal repeated his allegations towards MQM chief Altaf Hussain and said that there was a recorded interview in which he endorsed links with Indian spy agency Research and Analysis Wing (RAW). He also said that those organisations which had ties with anti-state elements should be banned.
“Shaharyar Niazi revealed that there was a written agreement which was against Pakistan,” he said. “The post at which Shaharyar Niazi was, he had access to all information.”
Kamal also asked people to wonder how India would react, had a person in their country been in contact with Pakistani agencies. He also informed the press of his decision to go to Pakistan
Mustafa Kamal also lashed out at senior MQM leader Farooq Sattar and said that he was ‘an agent of the Indian agent’. “He (Farooq Sattar) thinks we will not speak out against him since we used to share a bond earlier. He taunts us regarding language, he should also listen to the language of his own leader,” said Kamal. “I urge them again to stop tellies lies. The more lies they speak, the more truth I will start revealing,” he added.
He also said that Pakistan’s security agencies should now adopt a clear stance against all those who were against Pakistan.
“We are headed towards destruction,” said Mustafa Kamal.
Mustafa Kamal stated that he was later on heading again to Hyderabad and Mirpurkhas to meet with people as part of Pak Sarzameen Party’s political activities.