KARACHI - Muttahida Qaumi Movement on Sunday relived party deputy convener Engineer Nasir Jamal and coordination committee member Dr Sagheer Ahmed of their responsibilities from coordination committee due to their engagements.
According to a statement issued by MQM, deputy convener of the co-ordination committee Nasir Jamal has been relieved of his responsibilities in view of his various personal engagements. His services have been handed over to the central information committee of the party.
Meanwhile, member of the co-ordination committee and provincial Minister for Health Dr Sagheer Ahmed has also been relieved of his responsibilities from the co-ordination committee so that he could discharge his ministerial responsibilities efficiently. The statement further said that MQM chief Altaf Hussain had endorsed the decisions of the co-ordination committee.
TORTURE COULD LEAD TO ANARCHY IN PAKISTAN: ALTAF
MQM chief Altaf Hussain has appealed to the government and Pakistan Awami Tehrik to avoid taking those steps which could spread anarchy in the country.
In a statement on Sunday, Altaf said that due to the shaggy condition of Lahore, the MQM decided to provide food and drinking water to the participants of PAT’s Yaum-e-Shuhda. He appealed to Lahore’s inhabitants to enthusiastically participate in Yaum-e-Shuhda. He also thanked to the Punjab government for removing containers and hurdles and appealed to the government to remove fences from the street passing through to the house of Dr Tahirul Qadri and Minhajul Quran. He directed his party workers to reach Lahore to help distributing food and edibles among the participants of Yaum-e-Shuhda.
The MQM chief expressed condolence with Tahirul Qadri and the bereaved families for their irreparable losses and expressed his deep grief over the killing of PAT workers. He also expressed his grief over the deaths of policemen in torture incidents. He suggested not taking such steps which could ignite the situation and would lead the country towards more misery. He said that Pakistan Army is engaged in North Waziristan and fighting against the terrorists and extremists, and any political turmoil could create instability in the country.