MQM(P) stages walkout in National Assembly over ‘cursing’ remarks of CM Sindh

ISLAMABAD: On Wednesday, Muttahida Qaumi Movement(Pakistan) has staged walk out in the National Assembly over the cursing remarks of Sindh chief minister Murad Ali Shah in Sindh assembly.


On Tuesday, Murad Ali Shah while addressing at the floor of sindh assembly ‘cursed’ those who see seeking separate province in Sindh.

Responding to the diatribe made by CM against a section of society’s demand, MQM(P) senior leader Farooq Sattar said that the comments made by CM Sindh offended a significant section of society.

“CM Sindh has offended our hearts,” said Sattar, adding that MQM is always blamed to instigate bigotry, however the fundamentals of a divided province was established during the tenure of Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto.

He further claimed that his party had never demaded for the formation of ‘South Sindh’ province.

On Tuesday, the CM said that he curses everyone who wants a separate Karachi province. “You should be able to own the motherland you live on,” he said while addressing Khawaja Izharul Hassan, the Opposition Leader in the Sindh Assembly. Hassan is an MQM lawmaker.

“There was this man who would make hours-long speeches and you would listen to him, saying ‘Ji bhai, Ji bhai’,” the CM said. Other treasury members seated behind the CM smiled and thumped their desks.

The CM said he condemned the Leader of the Opposition’s speech regarding a separate province. “I condemn and I curse all those who want a separate province,” he said.

Furthermore MQM  gave the call for a protest against the Sindh CM’s “hateful remarks” on May 26/

MQM MNA Ali Raza Abidi tweeted that Dr Farooq Sattar announced the protest at Liaqatabad No 10 roundabout at 10pm on Saturday.



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