Former Sindh minister Zulfiqar Mirza has said that MQM chief Altaf Hussain has inflicted more damage on the country than Osama bin Laden and expressed his regret over Britains harbouring a 'killer. I am a drunk, a gambler, a bad man (in every sense of the word) but I am much better than Altaf, Mirza while speaking at the Oxford University here. I do admit I stood with (President Asif Ali) Zardari for many years. Leading him (Zardari) to right path is not my duty, he said, adding that he was in no position to hang President Zardari. Our ministers receive commissions taking it as their right. Mirza abstained from going to his village during polling as his relatives would rig the election there. He said that people should vote Imran Khan if he was honest. INP adds: Former Sindh Home Minister Zulfiqar Mirza has said that PPP put pressure on Sindh Information Minister Sharjeel Memon for tendering his resignation to give this Ministry job to Sharmila Farooqui. Talking to media persons here on Saturday, he said that resignation of Sharjeel Memon was a major tragedy for the people of the Pakistan which is a violation of human rights. He vowed to bring the issue to the court. 'I will knock door of the court for the violation of human rights and will contest the case of Sharjeel and I would get justice from the court, he added. He said that one day all members of the party would be compelled to tender their resignations from the party if it did not show tolerance and respect to democracy in the party and their point of view. He said that Sharjeel Memon was ousted as Minister which is unconstitutional step of the party because the Information Minister had only travelled with him, adding, if he committed crime then almost 300 passengers who were on board in the same plane and travelled with him should be arrested. He termed Interior Minister Rehman Malik and Babar Awan responsible of assassination of former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto because if they did not escape from the scene leaving their leader in injured condition her life could have been saved. To a question, Mirza said that Imran Farooqs murder case was the black spot on face of the British government and Scotland Yard. He offered to open debate with MQM Quaid Altaf Hussain at any forum, ,adding, that he would come home after completing his real mission in London.