PM Remains Inaccessable For MQM In Karachi

PM Remains Inaccessable For MQM In Karachi

PM Remains Inaccessable For MQM In KarachiKARACHI – Prime Minister Nawaz Shreef, who is on one day stay visit in Karachi to preside over a meeting on the law and order situation, has got a very busy schedule. Hence, leaders of Muttahida Quami Movement (MQM) cannot get appointment to meet the premier, PakistanTribe.com reported.

During his visit PM Nawaz is expected to sign the second round of the operation in Karachi. The first round of the operation was against the criminals and the second will be against those influential bodies who are supervising these criminals.

Rangers arrested 27 MQM workers under the strategy of search operation of first round.

MQM repeatedly blame that the ongoing operation in Karachi is just to crumble down MQM. However, Nawaz ensured many times that the current Karachi operation is held with the consensus of all parties and it is not being operated any specific political party.

Among the arrested workers of MQM 4 are presented in front of anti-terrorist court today March 26. Court has issued order of further 14 day of judicial remand of these 4 convicts under police custody.

Moreover, while supervising a conference over peace and stability issue in Karachi, PM showed satisfaction over the current situation of Karachi.

“I would personally visit Karachi to get progress updates,” he said.

D.G Rangers and Core Commander Karachi, briefs about the ongoing operation in Karachi.

Chief Minister Sindh Qaim Ali Shah was also present in the conference. However, sources told that Governor Sindh Ishrat Ul Ibad was not there in that conference.

It should be clear that, Saulat Mirza, an accused working under MQM, made some serious confession hours before his hanging about the party’s criminal activities.

He also claims that Mr. Ishrat Ul Ibad gives political shelter to the party’s criminals as he is also the member of MQM.


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