Leader ship of Mutahidda Qaumi Movement Pakistan on Tuesday disassociated itself from the London office, Aaj news reported.
Farooq Sattar while addressing the media at press club announced that, from now on all the decisions regarding party matters will be made by the local leadership, hence the party will be operated from Pakistan.
“Anyone who opposes this decision will no longer be a part of Mutahida Qaumi Movement”, said Sattar.
“We condemn people who took this as an opportunity to worsen the name of MQM. We want to ensure the masses that such situation will not be repeated again under any circumstances”, said Sattar.
Sattar also said that, “No one has the right to raise question on our patriotism”.
“For the past 30 years we have served the party. The anti state slogans raised yesterday were never the part of the mandate since MQM’s inception”, Sattar further added.
As reported, Sattar along with Dr Aamir Liaqual Hussain, Nasreen Jaleel and Khuwaja Izhar Ul Hasan expressed his gratitude to all the media persons who were present at Karachi press club.
“We wanted to hold a press conferences yesterday to show MQM’s mandate but we were not allowed as rangers interrupt. Whatever happened yesterday is condemnable and should not have happened”, said Sattar.
“We did not expect the vandalism that occurred yesterday. It is MQM’s stated policy since its inception, to bring citizens from every caste together. It is our policy to strengthen the state, not to weaken it”, assures Sattar.