Karachi

‘MQM not to be part of any anti-democracy campaign’

KARACHI: Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) leader, Faisal Sabzwari clarified on Thursday that his party will not become part of any such protest or campaign, which can harm democracy in the state – ARY News reports.

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Upon the directives of the party chief, Altaf Hussain, MQM organized an Iftar in Scheme-33 Gulshan e Maymar, which was attended by the members of the MQM Coordination Committee and a large number of citizens.

On this occasion, MQM leader Faisal Sabzwari while commenting on the independence march called by PTI Chairman Imran Khan, said that MQM will not become part of any such protest or campaign that can harm democracy in the state.

Sazwari however, strongly denied the rumors about MQM joining in the Federal Government.

Speaking about the hearing of the money-laundering case, he told that whenever a date is fixed for the next hearing, MQM representatives and its lawyers will appear before the court, for his party has always faced the cases and never ran away.

Meanwhile, Saif Yar Khan urged for a clean-up operation to be launched all over the country including Raiwind, like the one ongoing in Karachi.

MQM leaders categorically said that their party offers zero tolerance for terrorists and criminals, however the law enforcement agencies (LEAs) instead of suppressing political workers, should crush the terrorist elements in the metropolis.

They told that MQM has already expressed its concerns in this regard, to the Chief Minister of Sindh, Syed Qaim Ali Shah.

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