Former mayor Mustafa Kamal blasts Altaf Hussain after Karachi violence

08:21 PM | 22 Aug, 2016
Former mayor Mustafa Kamal blasts Altaf Hussain after Karachi violence
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KARACHI (Web Desk) - Former city mayor Karachi and Pak Sarzameen Party (PSP) chief Mustafa Kamal lashed out at MQM chief Altaf Hussain for “making provocative speeches at his party’s hunger strike” in capital city, leading to violence against media teams.

Addressing a hurriedly-called press conference on Monday, Kamal alleged that Altaf Hussain once again sought help from the Indian intelligence agency RAW.

The MQM chief, he said, was trying to defame the country’s Mohajir community, Samaa TV reported.

“Those making hue and cry about the so-called mandate in Karachi are indulging in anti-Pakistani activities,” Kamal said and accused Mr Hussain of playing politics on dead bodies.

The former mayor called upon the MQM supporters to abandon Hussain for the sake of the community and nation.

He lamented that no action was taken against Altaf Hussain despite strong evidence.

“Whatever we had been trying over the past two years turned out to be true today,” he appended.