MQM-P condemns Altaf’s statement seeking help from Modi

Karachi: Muttahida Qaumi Movement-Pakistan (MQM-P) led by Farooq Sattar has condemned the statement of Altaf Hussain in which he asks help for “Muhajirs” from Indian Prime Minister Narendar Modi.

The Rabita Committee om Muttahidda Pakistan stated that any individual or group has no right to raise questions about Muhajirs and their patriotism; nor no one needs to ask Indian Prime Minister for help.

Muhajirs always felt pride in being Pakistanis and the heart of their children beat for the beloved motherland, said the committee.

The Rabita Committee condemned Altaf Hussain’s statement and the party pledged again to counter all conspiracies of enemies against the motherland and Muhajir community.

Earlier MQM-London’s chief Altaf Hussain has requested Modi to help Muhajirs.

He stated: “I would like to register my complaint with Indian Prime Minister Mr Narendra Modi, as Mr Modi, I regret to say, you are raising voice over the brutality of Pakistan Army against people of Baluchistan…never raise your voice for your own people who lived in India for centuries.”

“Our forefathers made a big mistake and migrated to Pakistan, but we were born here, and never accepted as Pakistani or sons of the soil. Mr Prime Minister you should have raised your voice against the atrocities, discrimination and brutality of Pakistani establishment, Army and paramilitary forces against Urdu-speaking muhajirs, your own people in Karachi, Pakistan,” said Altaf.