– Drama of Malik will continue till disintegration of Pakistan: Dr. Mirza
SINDH – KARACHI: Former Senior Minister Sindh Dr Zulfiqar Mirza has said that drama of Interior Minister Rehman Malik would continue till the disintegration of Pakistan, Geo News reported.
Addressing a public gathering in Lyari, Mirza said there are many secrets in his heart and he would reveal gradually.
Former Minister claimed he had apprehended target killers of MQM and that Rehman Malik released them. He said he wanted to inform ISI that he had arrested terrorists of MQM.
Dr Mirza further said Rehman Malik had warned that Army and ISI would bring government to end if they arrest the killers.
He asked COAS General Ashfaq Pervaz Kayani should the killing of oppressed masses no be halted?
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