MQM responsible for Karachi bloodshed
Posted on 11 months ago
KARAK: District President of ANP Usman Khattak advocate has strongly condemned the bloodshed in Karachi and termed the Muttahida Qumi Movement (MQM) responsible of the killing of innocent people in port city. He was addressing a press conference here on Monday at Karak and added that an ANP leader in Karachi Liaqat Bangash was ruthlessly gun downed the other day.
The ANP district president said that there was target killing of ANP workers and Pakhtuns in Karachi and added that it was a conspiracy against the unity of country. Mr Khattak alleged that MQM was hatching conspiracy against the country on the behest of their foreign masters and resolved that they would foiled the anti state designs of the ethnic organization.
He said that Liaqat Bangash was a patriotic Pakistani and he was targeted to punish him being a true Pakhtun and added that now the real face of the MQM has fully exposed to the people of the country due to its coward acts against Pakhtuns.
The district president of ANP demanded of the Sindh government to take step to bring normalcy to Karachi and added that security should be provided to the multiethnic people living in Karachi. He also demanded of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government to take measures to extend moral support to Pakhtuns living in Karachi and resolved that they would not leave them alone at this time of test. He added that the atrocities of the MQM should be checked by the government and demanded that they should not be given free hand to kill the innocent people in the port city.
He extended full support and expressed sympathies with the bereaved family of Liaqat Bangash and added that his blood would not go waste. The ANP leader stressed on party workers living in Karachi and other parts of Sindh to forge unity in their ranks to face the situation boldly in the city.
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