Khursheed Shah suggests MQM to stop protesting
KARACHI: Opposition Leader in the National Assembly (NA), Khursheed Shah has suggested Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) to withdraw call for strike and to hold talks with the authorities to resolve issues, ARY News reported.
Khursheed Shah said MQM has formed the coalition with Pakistan Peoples’ Party (PPP) in the Sindh government and now they should stop protesting and sit with the PPP led Sindh government.
He said MQM’s protest will disturb the business activities as well as routine work of people.
Earlier, Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) has announced to observe day of mourning on Friday after four dead bodies of MQM workers were found yesterday from Memon Goth, Malir.
Following the MQM’s call President of transport Irshad Bukhari has announced to suspend transportation actitives on Friday.
Furthermore, all the educational exams scheduled on the day were cancelled as all the educational institute will remain closed in Karachi.
Chairman Private School Association Khalid Shah also announced that schools will remain closed on Friday.