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Sunday, May 20, 2007


Muhajirs: Enough is enough
It was interesting to read that the puppet PM Shaukat Aziz called on the known terrorist Altaf Hussain, who used to be a cab driver in Chicago, to discuss the situation in Karachi.
Now we know who were involved in the carnage in Karachi — Musharraf, Shaukat, Altaf and Ishrat Ibad.
Let’s get rid of all the Muhajirs from Pakistan.
A.R. Khan,
MQM ads won’t wash with us
MQM founder Altaf Hussain has written an open letter to the Pakistani nation in which he accused the political and religious parties of derailing democratic process and politicising the constitutional reference against the CJP. After the brutal incidents of 12th May, he talked to the president SHCBA and tried to ease the situation.
The MQM is a fascist party. I cannot consider it a political party. The wicked sector in charges bring the people out of their homes along with women and infants to attend the rallies of Altaf Bhai. The people of Karachi hate such people but due to the backing of establishment, they cannot resist them. Disobeying of any order can cost them severely like life threat, kidnapping, torture, disrespect, ‘jagga’ and abuses.
Altaf Hussain’s and his party’s true face has been exposed to every Pakistani. The costly ads published in all the newspapers of Pakistan to divert the people’s attention, will never endear this fascist party to the nation. These ads were clearly against the struggle of lawyers fraternity. Altaf Hussain must learnt that “Action speaks louder than words”. He can never win the hearts of Pakistani nation unless he and his party shun their nefarious activities.
Altaf Hussain has been claiming that his party is getting fame in the Punjab province but the recent resignations from the office bearers of MQM Punjab in the wake of 12th May brutal violent incidents have exposed his traitor party. If Altaf Hussain does not agree with the ideology of Pakistan then for what purpose these Mohajirs are in Pakistan?
Altaf must seek pardon from the whole Pakistani nation as well as from lawyers fraternity.

Naseerullah Babar sourly missed
While riots disrupted Karachi’s calm, 40 killed, over 150 wounded, rivals traded allegations, I was sitting in Islamabad, remembering Lt. Gen (R) Naseerullah Babar. Had he been interior minister, no one would dare to disturb law and order on 12th of May, in Karachi.
Muhammad Mahtab Bashir,


Balochistan PA demands ban on MQM
QUETTA: The Balochistan Assembly Saturday passed a condemnation and condolence resolution on Karachi carnage and suicide bomb blast in Peshawar and called for ban on the Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM).
The resolution was moved by Pashtoonkhwa Milli Awami Party (PMAP) MPAs Abdul Rahim Ziaratwal, Sardar Azam Musakhail, Abdul Majeed Achakzai, Ms Spozmai and Ms Sameena Saeed of Muttahida Majlise Ammal.
Sardar Azam Musakhail speaking on the admissibility of the resolution said that MQM was a fascist organization and its workers killed innocent people on May 12 when Chief Justice of Pakistan Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry came to Karachi to address the Sindh Bar.
He said that several workers of the Pakistan People's Party, Pakistan Muslim League (N), Awami National Party and PMAP were killed by the MQM armed men in the presence of security forces. He alleged that the president and others were supporting the MQM. He strongly condemned the statement of the General Pervez Musharraf which he had delivered during the address of a public rally at Islamabad on May 12 night. The assembly member demanded resignation from the Sindh governor, chief minister and others who kept silence on the mayhem of Karachi.
Ms Sameena Saeed said that Pakistan was created in the name of Islam that called for peace, brotherhood and tranquility. She said some elements had started destroying the peace and playing with the lives of the innocent people.
She condemned the mayhem of Karachi and said that MQM was left free to play with the lives of the people.

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