MQM – The Talibans of South Pakistan, Threaten Government

mqmMQM – The Talibans of South, Threaten Government

May 2, 2009

Courtesy: Pakistan Politics

The Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) has threatened the government with drastic measures and announced to resist any government action to disarm MQM militants in Karachi. MQM has also demanded the removal of CCPO Karachi and IG Sindh and started a campaign against them after these two officers suggested door-to-door search for weapons in Karachi.

It is ironic that on one hand they have launced a campaign against Pakhtoons of Karachi by tagging them as Talibans, but on the other hand they are threatening the government just like the Talibans of North, to resist any action to disarm the MQM Militants.

MQM leadership said clearly that “The MQM would never allow such a step. If any such step was taken, then the MQM would be compelled to take some drastic measures“.

BBC report, click here

2 thoughts on “MQM – The Talibans of South Pakistan, Threaten Government”

  1. …. beating pathans?
    come on..
    How can these cowards beat pathans. its the terrorist wing of …, that is doing all this killiings in a systematic way.
    if it were an open war, then we could have seen who is capable of beating whom.
    MQM is doing all this in a hidden way and under protection of the government. But curelty can’t prevail for ever. time will soon come when these mobsters will have to pay for their deeds.

  2. Pathans are not beaten by MQM they are beaten by ordinary mohajirs as ANP wants an ethnic riot in Karachi.

    ANP leader Shahi Syed doing speeches against Mohajirs not MQM so what anyone expect the out come of such racism ?

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