Zulfikar Mirza lashed out at MQM & Rehman Malik

Former Sindh Home Minister Zulfiqar Mirza once again lashed out against the Muttahida Quami Movement (MQM) and interior minister Rehman Malik, Express News 24/7 reported on Sunday. Speaking to the media in Karachi, Mirza said that the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) joining hands with the MQM is not in favour of Pakistan.
A visibly angry Mirza lashed out at his own party for again shaking hands with the MQM, terming the PPP-MQM alliance “unholy”.
He also announced that he would undertake a movement against the PPP-MQM alliance very soon.
Mirza said that the Peoples Aman Committee will work not just for the people of Lyari but for the entire city. He said that the Committee will “wage war” against the MQM workers, who are “exploiting and looting” the citizens of Karachi.
The former home minister further said that if the Aman Committee’s name is associated with any crime without evidence, we will consider that person “an associate of Altaf Hussain.”
“Shaitan Malik”
Taking pot shots at the interior minister including terming him “Shaitan Malik”, Mirza said that if Rehman Malik had “enough courage”, he should come to Lyari and announce the ban on the Aman Committee.
“And if he does so, I will go to Islamabad and salute him,” Mirza said.
Mirza also expressed his disappointment towards the Supreme Court’s verdict on Karachi violence suo motu case. However, he said he respects the decision as he is a “law abiding citizen.”
Today’s press conference was a continuation of Mirza’s ongoing diatribe against the MQM and Rehman Malik.
In earlier press conferences, he accused the MQM of treason and claimed that the party was planning on acquiring nuclear weapons and ballistic missiles.
Among the more specific allegations levelled by Mirza was the charge that Babar Ghauri, the former minister for ports and shipping, used his position to divert some of the arms and ammunition meant for Nato forces in Afghanistan towards use by alleged MQM-backed militant and criminal groups.

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