MQM Involved In Allama Ali Akbar Kumaili’s Murder, Says Rangers; Altaf Terms It Propaganda Reviewed by Momizat on . Pakistan Rangers officials have said that MQM’s target killers were involved in the brutal assassination of renowned Zakir-e-Ahl-e-Bait (AS) Ali Akbar Kumaili b Pakistan Rangers officials have said that MQM’s target killers were involved in the brutal assassination of renowned Zakir-e-Ahl-e-Bait (AS) Ali Akbar Kumaili b Rating: 0
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MQM Involved In Allama Ali Akbar Kumaili’s Murder, Says Rangers; Altaf Terms It Propaganda

MQM Involved In Allama Ali Akbar Kumaili’s Murder, Says Rangers; Altaf Terms It Propaganda
Pakistan Rangers officials have said that MQM’s target killers were involved in the brutal assassination of renowned Zakir-e-Ahl-e-Bait (AS) Ali Akbar Kumaili but Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) Chief Altaf Hussain claimed on Friday that some intelligence agencies and Rangers officials are spreading propaganda about MQM’s involvement in sectarian killings in Karachi, ARY News reported.
The MQM chief said that if agencies have any proof about any MQM official or worker’s involvement in such killings, they must present it adding that he or his party will not object if such target killers are hanged publicly.
Hussain went ahead to say that if those blaming MQM cannot prove their allegations, then they are the ones who should be hanged. He claimed that army and other defence institutions created militant groups in the past and now such groups are killing innocent citizens in the name of sect adding that army should take action against extremist elements within its ranks.
MQM chief also called for action against such religious seminaries which are spreading extremism among youth by brain washing them.
Altaf Hussain maintained that MQM always stood for Shia-Sunni unity.

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