MQM Chief Altaf Hussain slams PML-N, lauds President Asif Zardari

 MQM – in a tit for tat move and in an attempt to strengthen the vulnerable alliance with PPP – carried out a massive rally against PML-N in Karachi on Sunday.  Two days after the PML-N showed the government its street power in Lahore, the MQM brought thousands of people out on the roads.
Addressing the rally via telephone, MQM chief Altaf Hussain condemned the derogatory remarks used by Punjab Chief minister Shahbaz Sharif against President Zardari. He said MQM is united against all conspiracies being hatched against democracy.
The MQM chief also challenged Sharif brothers to take out such a massive rally in Karachi to show its roots among the masses.
He also ruled out mid-term elections, saying that PML-N will have to wait till the next elections as the PPP government will complete its tenure.
MQM workers from across the city converged on MA Jinnah Road to make the show a success. The rally had the theme called ‘Strengthen Democracy’ and the entire route was decorated with MQM and national flags.
MQM and PPP leaders had been appearing on media since morning to condemn what they called Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif’s derogatory remarks against President Zardari.

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