MQM London has received resignations of several parliamentarians: Wasey Jalil
ISLAMABAD/LONDON: Mutahida Quami Movement London leader Wasey Jail on Thurday claimed to have received resignation of several parliamentarians which will be revealed at an appropriate time soon.
Jalil, while speaking during ARY News program ‘Off the Record’ hosted by Kashif Abbasi, said that resignations which include members of the Sindh Assembly and National Assembly of Pakistan, were received at the request of Altaf Hussain.
He said that the money laundering case against MQM founder was dismissed due to baseless allegations. He said that billions have been spent on propaganda against him which have failed miserably, and it was time that allegations of traitors and minus-one formula should not be hurled at each other.
He said that the MQM was an ideology rather than a party, which had raised ordinary people to the parliament, but still was subject to state sponsored operation. This had caused temporary inconvenience but all allegations would be subsequently removed.
He dismissed the leadership of Farooq Sattar and said that people are the voters of Altaf Hussain. “The whole mandate is of Altaf Hussain,” he said, and that even Karachi mayor was elected on his mandate.
He announced that they will soon announce the names of suspended members, and the appointment of the new Coordination Committee, which will bring a new leadership to the party.
He also denied reports that Barrister Saif and Mian Attique had left the party and said that false social media accounts were spreading baseless rumours.
MQM PAKISTAN DENIAL
MQM Pakistan leader Salman Mujahid categorically denied the reports that their parliamentarians had submitted their resignations to the MQM London.
While speaking during the show, he said that if Farooq Sattar had not disassociated from the MQM on 22nd August then there would not be single home which would be safe that day. He said that those who had instigated MQM founder to raise anti-Pakistan slogans should also be held answerable.
Pakistan People Party leader Maulabux Chandio who also appeared on the show said that the replies of MQM leaders were unsatisfactory, and only time will tell if MQM founder has a future in the politics of Pakistan.