Altaf telephones Qaim Ali Shah; complains against ‘mistreatment’ of workers
LONDON/KARACHI (92 News) – Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) chief Altaf Hussain on Saturday telephoned Sindh Chief Minister Qaim Ali Shah to complain against the arrests of his party workers, and not attending his calls.
As per details, the MQM chief alleged that his workers were being treated like war prisoners. “I have been calling the PPP leadership including Asif Zardari for a while now,” he lamented. “Nobody attended by phone calls in Dubai. I made several calls on two telephone numbers.” Altaf said that such behaviour is regrettable.
Meanwhile, Qaim Ali Shah has said that he has always had a relation of respect with the MQM chief. On the other hand, MQM coordination committee in a statement condemned both Qaim Ali Shah and Asif Zardari’s treatment of their chief.