LONDON: “British police have made my life depressed but I am ready to face the circumstances, at the most they can kill me or take away my passport”, said Chief of Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) Altaf Hussain on Friday, ARY news reported.
While addressing via telephonic call to the inaugural ceremony of his book ‘Falsafa-e-Mohabbat’ in Lahore, Altaf Hussain said that he didn’t bowed down in front of Pakistan Army and establishment, “so how could I bow down in front of British government”, he added.
MQM Chief said that except him every other politician takes money from Pakistan Army.
He asked Pakistani leaders to stop fooling people and asked them to gun down drone, if they are brave enough.
Alftaf Hussain said that in true love is a feeling which is free from hate and lure. He said that people Sindh blessed him love and he hops that people of Punjab will soon exalt their will for him and his party. He vowed to free Punjab from the rule of landlords.
Altaf Hussain advised to eliminate the hatred among different sects with unity and love.