It’s unforgivable to seek foreign help in name of Mohajirs: Qaim Ali Shah
KARACHI (92 News) – Sindh Chief Minister Syed Ali Qaim Ali Shah has said that it is unforgivable to seek foreign help in the name of Mohajirs.
In a statement on Wednesday, he appreciated the sacrifices of the police and Rangers for the establishment of peace.
He said that all political parties from across the country, especially from Karachi, had unanimously agreed in the presence of civil and military leadership for an end to criminals.
“The demand for NATO forces in Karachi is unconstitutional when peace has been established in the city,” he maintained.
The chief minister said that MQM chief’s demand is injustice to the commitment made with the people and law enforcement agencies.