‘Nobody can ensure peace if jailed MQM leaders denied justice’
Karachi: The Muttahida Qaumi Movement has undermined to take to the avenues if its two detained pioneers, leader choose Waseem Akhtar and previous common clergyman Rauf Siddiqui, are not furnished with equity.
Tending to a challenge rally outside the Karachi Press Club on Friday, Dr Khalid Maqbool Siddiqi, senior appointee convener of the gathering’s coordination board of trustees, cautioned that if equity was not provide for the MQM, nobody could guarantee peace in the city.
“Equity has been killed in this city a few times,” he said.
The rally had been declared a day before over Akhtar and Siddiqui’s captures on the premise of what the gathering called “a fake report’ of a joint examination group testing charges the two gave safe house and medicinal treatment to culprits.
Siddiqi said the two “can’t be kept in a correctional facility for long, and on the off chance that we are not gave equity, the MQM will be constrained to take to the roads”.
The senior representative convener said Akhtar had been selected as Karachi’s leader of Karachi by the gathering boss, and notwithstanding torment on him, that choice “can never be changed”.
He said that his gathering had drawn nearer higher courts and would keep on knocking on their entryways for equity.
“Today, we are accumulated at the entryway of the media, KPC, and when individuals don’t get equity, they go to the court of the media and individuals.”
He guaranteed that JIT reports had no worth in a solitary case, as “a JIT is made and the following day it is changed”.
He asked Sindh Chief Minister Syed Qaim Ali Shah for what good reason the paramilitary Rangers were given powers just in Karachi and not in different parts of Sindh. He then addressed his own inquiry by saying that it was “on account of you [CM] don’t speak to urban voters”.
The MQM pioneer again alluded to the central priest and said: “You guarantee that Sindh can’t be partitioned, however your activities and deeds have effectively demonstrated that Sindh has been separated.”
He said Akhtar had been in prison in the past however he had never left Altaf Hussain or his gathering.
He said fake cases were being enlisted over an old animosity with the MQM, however the gathering’s voters could never surrender.