PML-N trying to break Pakistan: Altaf

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Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) chief Altaf Hussain has alleged that the Pakistan Muslim League – Nawaz (PML-N), along with Sindh nationalist parties wants to break the country.
Calling an emergency workers’ conference in Karachi on Saturday, he criticised the policies of the PML-N saying that the MQM will not let PML-N’s dream come true.
He vowed, “The PML-N has looted the rights of people in Seraiki and Bahawalpur provinces. Altaf Hussain, till his last breath, will fight for the rights of the people in South Punjab and Hazara.”
Commenting on the recently passed Sindh Local Government Ordinance and the criticism against it, Hussain said that the people who are opposing the implementation of the system in Sindh are enemies of democracy.
“The entire world works on a specific system. The local government system is the basis of democracy,” he maintained and added that the parliament has no importance without this system.
“We will bring the local government system in Sindh. Those opposing it are against Pakistan,” Hussain remarked.
“Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa’s so-called leaders should stop being concerned about Sindh and should think about their own province. I also want to tell those leaders that the Pakhtuns in Karachi are with MQM, not with ANP (Awami National Party),” he said.
He further asked the people of Sindh to make nationalist parties’ strike on September 13 unsuccessful by staying united.

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