LONDON – MQM London deplored the expulsion of Syed Ali Raza Abidi from MQM Pakistan on Sunday adding that the Pakistan-based group had no standing among the masses anymore.
According to details, a statement issued from London condemned the actions of the group that had ‘sold its conscience’.
“Haqparast public and workers have no respect for people who have sold their conscience,” read the statement. ‘The PIB group has no moral or legal standing,’ added the statement further leaving no doubt that it was referring to Farooq Sattar led Pakistan chapter.
MQM-Pakistan canceled the basic membership of Syed Ali Raza Abidi on Sunday, explaining that he did not act according to instructions from the party leadership following the Aug. 23
It also ordered the legislator to tender resignation for no compliance with party’s policy.