MQM chief Altaf Hussain on Wednesday appealed to his supporters to prepare themselves mentally and physically for difficult times if they sincerely considered him their leader.
An MQM statement issued from the party’s London secretariat quoted Altaf as appealing to all ethnicities specially the muhajirs, the Urdu-speaking concentrated mostly in the urban centres of Sindh.
Altaf said the Sindh government and the administration were carrying out actions against the MQM on the basis of fabricated, false and baseless allegations.
“Their actions indicate that the government of the Sindh has decided to wipe off muhajirs from the face of the earth,” the MQM chief said.
He said they had tried once again to show that the muhajirs were supporters of India. “In order to substantiate their false claim, they have said they found Indian-made weapons when they arrested MQM’s workers.”
The MQM chief lamented they had tried this by accusing MQM of Jinnahpur conspiracy and publishing a false report about the Muhajir Republic Army in the past. He said their action was highly condemnable.
Altaf said this was 21st century. It was the age of information technology. “Even kids can see through their treacherous plan. What they want to achieve by baseless and fabricated allegations.”