Pakistan

‘Targeting the state’ prompts govt for litigation against Altaf Hussain

ISLAMABAD: The Government of Pakistan has finally decided to contact the United Kingdom for litigation against Altaf Hussain, chief of Muttahida Qaumi Movement, ARY News reported.

Holding a presser in Islamabad today, Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar slammed Altaf Hussain saying the MQM chief has ‘crossed all the limits’.

“Altaf Hussain targeted the state and urged an enemy state for intervention in Pakistan,” he blasted.

The minister hailed security agencies for restoring peace in Karachi mentioning that a considerable increase in crime was observed in the megapolis, while not a single case of kidnapping for ransom was reported in the month of July.

He said that the Karachi Operation was initiated with the consent of all political parties and since its beginning he has not received a single formal complaint by any of the parties.

 

Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan press conference 02… by arynews
The MQM chief in his Dallas address with workers yesterday asked them to demand the United Nations, White House and Nato ‘to position troops to Karachi’.

He said, “India itself is a coward country, for if it had even a little bit of honor, it would not have allowed Mohajirs [migrants] blood-shed on the Pakistani soil”.

Hussain directed the activists to write letters to US papers informing them about the ‘actual situation in Pakistan’.

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