Altaf demands separate province for Urdu-speaking Sindhis
HYDERABAD: Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) Chief, Altaf Hussain has said that if the Urdu-speaking Sindhis cannot be granted their just rights in Sindh, then a separate province should be made for them. He warned that if things grew ahead, then a separate state can also be demanded – ARY News reports.
The MQM Chief in his telephonic address with party officials and workers, said, "We have neither come Pakistan to enslave anyone, nor to be slaves ourselves".
He stated that the Chief Minister Sindh has separated half of the population of Sindh, which is residing in urban areas.
Altaf questioned that should these people go and get drowned into the sea.
The statement holds vital significance in realm of the unjust Local Body (LB) delimitations as MQM leaders have termed it and repeatedly expressed their serious concerns over it.