Amjad Sabri had refused to attend a political function of PSP, claims MQM


Slain legendary Qawwal Amjad Sabri was receiving calls from a certain quarter operating from Karachi’s Khayaban-e-Sehar area in DHA to mark his attendance in their events, claimed Senior Mutahidda Qaumi Movement (MQM) leader Waseem Akhtar.

Akhtar, who appeared on a private TV channel’s talk show said Sabri was an ardent supporter of his party and recently he had also refused to attend a function of ‘a political party’, he said in an indirect reference to Pak Sarzameen Party led by the ex-Karachi Mayor and MQM dissident Mustafa Kamal.

Taking a jibe at Kamal without naming him, he said the guy would have realised that he was done with the assignment he was supposed to undertake. “That man will come know his value was no more than a tissue paper that has been (virtually) disposed of now.”

The MQM leader also questioned the ethnic identification of Sabri’s suspected killer as released by the investigators with the help of a mere sketch.

“Such kind of approach reflects biased approach towards a specific community,” he said.

Akhtar said his party would unveil its party strategy over all the ongoing issues after the Eid.



  1. If one can read the real intention of this blame game. It all also started in the fashion when Dr Imran Farooq was murdered in London. There were five of them around Altaf Hussain, one with a glass of water in hand , one with a towel to clean AH's nose and other consoling him. And look at the beans spilled after-ward.

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