KARACHI: Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) staged a rally in Karachi to express solidarity with their party Chief Altaf Hussain, workers and supporters passionately chanted slogans and waved party flags displayingthe proof of loyalty and love for their chief, ARY News reported.
The protest was held to express solidarity with Altaf Hussain after a BBC documentary that said UK prosecutors asked Pakistan to map out two suspects believed to have been involved in the murder of Dr Imran Farooq, senior MQM Leader.
The protestors handing picture of party chief chanted slogans expressed complete reliance of their leader and rejected ‘Minus Altaf Formula’.
Addressing the rally MQM Leader Dr Farooq Sattar said that BBC documentary is nothing but propaganda to please opponents of MQM, which should be reverted. He said MQM will use legal and democratic right against the media trial.
Speaking on the occasion MQM Khalid Maqbool Siddiqui said people aiming Altaf Hussain’s character assassination through false propaganda are living in fool’s paradise adding “Karachi belonged to Altaf Hussain and will remain.”
Furthermore, MQM Leader Amir Khan said that no conspiracy can separate Altaf Hussain from people while Haider Abbass Rizvi said despite of facing many pains and sorrows Altaf Hussain always hymned the slogan ‘Pakistan Zindabad’.
MQM also protested outside headquarter of BBC in London.
MQM Chief Altaf Hussain said that love of committed and sincere workers, members is the most precious asset for him.