Security beefed up outside Mustafa Kamal, Anis Qaimkhani’s residences

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By Web Desk March 4, 2016 10:08

Security beefed up outside Mustafa Kamal, Anis Qaimkhani’s residences

According to details, CCTV cameras were installed to monitor the security situation outside Kamal and Qaimkhani’s residences along with deployment of police officials. In Hyderabad, more police officials were stationed outside Anis Qaimkhani’s house and the public was being kept away from his residence. Police officials were also deployed inside as well as outside Mustafa Kamal’s house.  Barbed wires were also installed on the wall outside his house to prevent intruders from climbing into the precincts of his residence. CCTV cameras were also installed to monitor the situation.

Meanwhile, security measures were also undertaken to deal with any untoward situation in the city. Police and SSU commandos patrolling has been increased in the city.

Mustafa Kamal and Anis Qaimkhani returned to Karachi yesterday and announced the formation of a new political party. Mustafa Kamal fiercely criticised MQM chief Altaf Hussain and labelled him a RAW agent for the past 20 years. He also said the party chief used to address party workers in an intoxicated state and changed decisions overnight. Kamal placed blame on Altaf Hussain for the various murders and killings of youngsters in Karachi.

Kamal and Anis Qaimkhani both used to be integral members of the MQM and were also close confidants of the party’s chief Altaf Hussain. While Mustafa Kamal served as MQM’s elected Senator for six months and was Karachi’s Mayor from 2005-2010, Qaimkhani was a former Deputy Convener of MQM and was held in high esteem by workers and activists. After developing differences with MQM, Kamal and Qaimkhani both left the country in 2013.

Also read: Mustafa Kamal tears apart MQM chief, forms new political party 

Web Desk
By Web Desk March 4, 2016 10:08
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