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Wednesday, 16 November 2011

London:Zulfiqar Mirza in Action

Wasif Chudhary

Around 60 activists with various political affiliations gathered outside the international secretariat of the Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) to protest against its leadership.

The protestors were addressed through telephone by Dr Zulfiqar Mirza who repeated his volcanic allegations against the MQM leader Altaf Hussain and demanded of the British govt to "deport" the MQM leader.
Imran Khan's spokesperson in London said the party has nothing to do with the protest and the main PTI stayed away from the protest. Many of those who assembled were from PPP.

Mirza said the ball was now in the court of the government and the people of Pakistan after "I have done my job of exposing the true face of the MQM."

He requested the British Pakistanis to campaign for the imposition of ban on the party and its leadership should be expelled from Britain. He called on the British government to look into his request and open an investigation into the activities of the MQM based in London.

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