LONDON- Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) Chief Altaf Hussain has asked the Pakistan army not to accept any decision of the government which may earn bad name for the country. Addressing the MQM workers in more than 35 cities on the occasion of 30th foundation day of the party, Altaf Hussain said that if the government ordered the military to send its troops to any country then the Pakistan army should not follow the orders.

Altaf said democracy cannot come to the country where there is a feudal system. Girls are being killed in the name of honor, he added. The venue for the direct peace talks of the government with the Taliban representatives has not been decided yet, he said, adding that there was a need to eliminate terrorism in order to ensure security and prosperity of the country.