LONDON – Chief of Muttahida Quami Movement (MQM), Altaf Hussain says that he has not received any reports to discharge the Governor of Sindh, PakistanTribe.com reported.
Altaf Hussain openly denied the news of Ishratul Ebad’s Dismissal.
Governor’s resignation was making headlines in media immediate after the release of Saulat Mirza’s video statement in which Governor Ishratul Ebad was also blamed to be involved in facilitating target killers.
Talking about Pakistani Interior Minister’s meeting with British High Commissioner in Islamabad, MQM Chief said “It is been reported that Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan has given important evidences to Britain. If they have evidence about our involvement in activities against national interests, they should give it to Britain we have no fear regarding this.”
He also talked about Saulat Mirza and his activities against humanity as he said that people come and go but party is important.
“I had fired Saulat Mirza long time ago,” he cleared. “I just gave legal support to his mother and sister on moral grounds.”
The video of Saulat Mirza had already been out there. “Sending a video message from death cell is the first time in the history” he said.
He also explained that he does not know about the letter to governor Sindh for the suspension of Saulat Mirza’s punishment.
While talking about the judicial commission he said, “Establishing of commission has already been delay. Had it been made on time it would have generated good results.” “Judicial commission will be started, but it will not conclude any results,” MQM leader predicted.
Whereas talking to a local media he said, “If election commission wants to open any constituency of Karachi to check rigging we have no issues with it.”
“No one else should be mistreated the way we have been,” he added.
He praised the services of COAS, General Raheel Shareef for re-launching the parade ceremony and said that the Parade is a clear warning for the enemies of Pakistan.
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