MQM leader Raza Haroon quits Altaf Hussain and joins Mustafa Kamal's caravan

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KARACHI: MQM leader Raza Haroon has quitted Altaf Hussain party and joined Mustafa Kamal caravan here at Monday.

 

While addressing a press conference here at residence of Mustafa Kamal in DHA he announced to quit MQM and criticized the leadership of MQM .

 

He said that the party had been formed to fight against the thinking of feudalism because people in Karachi had tired from the menace of feudalism.

 

When MQM was formed it was the thinking that this party would struggle for the eradication of feudalism and raise voice for the poor people of Pakistan but unfortunately MQM was detracted from its goal.

 

He added that MQM had been accused of RAW funding by British Broadcasting Institution in its documentaries and news but party did not take any action against BBC because of confessed statement in British.

 

Raza Haroon stated that there is no Assembly in Pakistan which has not passed a resolution against Altaf Hussain condemning his statements against Pakistan.

 

It is also worthy to mention here that Raza Haroon had remained member of Rabita Committee while he had rendered his services as member Sindh Assembly .

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