LONDON: The Altaf Hussain-led Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM-London) has removed a few key pioneers from party enrolment for “abusing discipline”.
MQM-London’s representative convener Nadeem Nusrat led a meeting in London and declared that the essential enrolment of Amir Khan, Faisal Sabzwari, Khawaja Izharul Hassan and Kishwar Zehra has been renounced for abusing party discipline, an explanation by the party said on Wednesday.
The party, in its announcement, has exhorted “steadfast individuals” to abstain from keeping any contact with the ousted pioneers.
Not long ago, MQM’s London-based initiative reported the removal of MQM Pakistan pioneer Dr Farooq Sattar from the party.
Wasay Jalil, and party pioneers Mustafa Azizabadi, Qasim Ali Raza and Mohammad Ishfaq in a joint articulation discharged by the party’s London secretariat, reported that Dr Sattar hosted been removed from the get-together because of “rehashed treacheries to the party and the preeminent authority”.
The announcement cautioned that disciplinary activity and a social blacklist would be forced on those resisting party orders.
Farooq Sattar in August sidelined MQM supremo Altaf Hussain after a hostile to Pakistan tirade which was trailed by an assault on the ARY News office. The MQM’s London authority has rejected the minus Altaf equation, affirming that Altaf is still the party’s uncontested boss.