KARACHI - Muttahida Qaumi Movement chief Altaf Hussain has asked Sindh Chief Minister Qaim Ali Shah and all members of the Sindh Assembly to pass a bill about expelling Rangers in Sindh. He was talking to the office-bearers of MQM’s different wings at Nine-Zero.

“We will also hold a sit-in at the Chief Minister House against the repressive actions, arbitrary arrests, torture, and extra-judicial killings by Rangers. If they will open fire on the participants of the sit-in, the Rangers and its captain will be responsible for the consequences.”

Altaf said the Rangers issued a press release that they would arrest MQM’s unit in-charge and sector in-charges because the Tanzeemi Committee of the MQM gives them training of militancy. “There is no Tanzeemi Committee in the MQM for quite some time now,” he claimed.

“Neither the chief minister nor the judiciary took notice of this statement by Rangers. Had the courts been free, they would have taken notice and sought an explanation as to such illegal statement was issued. They would have warned the Rangers that if they arrested anyone illegally action would be taken against them for violating the law and the constitution.”

Condemning the action of giving additional powers to FIA, he warned PM Nawaz Sharif that these powers will be used against him in future. “We had opposed setting up of special courts in past by Nawaz Sharif. We had told him that these courts would be used against him but he did not listen. It was one of the special courts that passed sentences against him. We do not need motorways and big development projects. We want Kashmir to be liberated. Rangers should be sent for liberating Kashmir,” he added.