KARACHI: The number of cases against MQM chief Altaf Hussain has reached 61, Aaj News reported.
The latest case was registered at the Darakshan police station in Karachi by Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insaf leaders Ali Zaidi, Khurram Sher Zaman and Faisal Vawda.
Speaking to the media, Vawda said that if the MQM leaders speaks against the army they will not stay silent.
He said that MQM should be banned.
Meanwhile as a tit-for-tat MQM leader Ali Raza Abidi registered a case against PTI chief Imran Khan for damaging the country by registering a protest which spanned over a 100 days.
MQM registered the case at the Darkshan police station too.
Earlier, cases against Altaf Hussain were registered in Jacobabad, Khairpur, Larkana, Matiari, Hala, Hyderabad and Karachi for inciting hate speech.
The cases have been registered by civilians for bashing the armed forces and the FIA.
Business Recorder adds: Five cases registered against Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) chief Altaf Hussain on Monday for making provocative speeches.
According to an FIR, Altaf Hussain made provocative speeches against a security agency, a private TV channel reported. FIRs were registered against the MQM chief in three police stations of Jacobabad. A citizen, Abdul Khaliq, registered an FIR against Altaf Hussain in Airport police station.
In Saddar police station, the case was registered by Ejaz Shah while Muhammad Mitthal registered a case against him in Dodapur police station. All the cases were registered under Section 153.
According to the text of the FIR, Altaf Hussain used derogatory terms for Pakistan’s security agencies and flayed Pakistan’s national security and its institutions. It says that the MQM chief wanted to create problems in Sindh and Karachi with his provocative speeches.