KARACHI- Muttahida Qaumi Movement observed a day of mourning for the workers and sympathisers killed in a blast took place outside the Jinnah Ground, MQM headquarter Nine Zero after a large gathering organised with the label of Safar-e-Inqalab along with the Pakistan Awami Tehreek.   Dr Farooq Sattar, leader of MQM, while talking to the newsmen here on Wednesday said that such kind of attacks and threats would further strengthening the moral of party workers and those seeking revolutionary change in the country. He further said that time of change had come and it’s our democratic right to take out peaceful rally. In replay to the question, he said that MQM would manage the security arrangement of the convoy leading toward the Islamabad. The main gathering was held in Lal Qila Ground, Azizabad in Karachi. Deputy Conveners of the Co-ordination Committee Dr Farooq Sattar, Anis Ahmed Qaimkhani, Dr Nusrat Shoukat and other members of the committee were present on the occasion. Thousands of MQM workers, office-bearers and relatives of the deceased sympathizers attended the gathering in the Lal Qila Ground.Maulana Jameel Rathore offered prayers for the deceased. Prayers were also offered for the success of the long march in Islamabad on January 14.It is pertinent to mention here that MQM leader Altaf Hussain had also directed party leaders and workers to suspend all kind of party and political activities and hoist black flags at all party offices on the day of mourning. Meanwhile, investigative agencies have found at least five kilogram explosive being used by the terrorists in the device fixed in the motorbike, one kilogram pallets were additionally used with explosive.Investigators revealed that explosive used in the blast were locally made and it was very much similar to the previous blasts took place outside the Imambarghs during Muharram-ul-Harram.The funeral prayers of the deceased workers and sympathisers have also been offered in different areas of the city. The funeral prayer of deceased Tayyab was offered at Rehmat Chowk in Orangi Town and later he was buried at Ghaziabad graveyard. Another victim Rehan who lived in Surjani area was laid to rest in New Karachi graveyard while the bodies of two more victims Talib and Hashim were sent to their hometowns. Strict security measures were taken during the funeral in which score of people including MQM leaders and workers attended. Participants also staged protests and shouted slogans against the incident and in favour of revolution. On the other side, Gulberg Police have registered an FIR 1/13 under Sections 302, 324, 427 on behalf of Shamsul Haq, brother of deceased Tayyab.