Karachi- Muttahida Quami Movement (MQM) chief Altaf Hussain has said that he would unveil what he called the double standards of the establishment during a telephonic address at 5pm to MQM workers from the party's London office.

He made the announcement today in a statement which added that any MQM member with a dubious reputation or corrupt behavior would not be tolerated by the party leadership. Hussain said that whenever he was about to bring reforms in his party's administrative structure, the establishment became more active and created impediments in his way. The statement issued on the party's website also said that the MQM chief was angry over "party workers' persecution by law enforcement agencies" and lamented that party workers arrested in raids were innocent, law-abiding citizens of the country.

He maintained that MQM supported Pakistan Army in its operations against terrorists, adding that the party could not comprehend as to why certain people were against MQM. The latest statement from the MQM supremo came hours after he posed 14 questions to Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Raheel Sharif over the recent arrest of party workers during a raid on a sector office of MQM. The party had also held sit-ins across Karachi two days ago against the arrests from the sector office in the city's Gulshan-i-Maymar area. The party has been claiming that Rangers and security forces had unlawfully detained its workers.