Former Karachi mayor and Pak Sarzameen Party (PSP) Chairman Mustafa Kamal Friday alleged that Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) supremo Altaf Hussain works for India’s Research and Analysis Wing (RAW).

“We do not care whether it’s MQM Pakistan or simply MQM. Everyone should remember that the party’s platform was used for anti-Pakistan diatribe,” Waqt News quoted Kamal as saying.

Kamal’s press conference came in wake of a resolution, passed by Muttahida leader Dr Farooq Sattar in National Assembly on Friday, which stated: "This House condemns every type of crime, violence, terrorism and anti-Pakistan slogans and activities."

It may be mentioned here that the National Assembly unanimously passed a separate resolution condemning the London-based Muttahida supremo’s speech.

The resolution was presented by Federal Minister for Kashmir Affairs and Gilgit Baltistan Chaudary Muhammad Bajrees Tahir. It also pledged allegiance to institutions which Altaf had spoken against numerous times.

On August 22, alleged MQM activists stormed media houses following Altaf’s highly provocative speech. The resulting violence claimed one life and injured five others.

Altaf later apologised for his speech, citing “severe mental stress” as the reason behind his actions. Dr Farooq Sattar, flanked by several party leaders, completely dissociated MQM from the London-based supremo.