SNP to stage sit-in in front of UK High Commission on 6th March

HYDERABAD Mar. 04:  Sindh National Party has said that Mutehida Qaumi Movement was a terrorist organization and involved in 98% of crimes and terrorist activities in Karachi as such army operation should be carried out in Karachi to eliminate the terrorism. This was stated by senior leader of SNP Ashraf Noonari addressing news conference here Wednesday. He was flanked by Akhtar Sindhi,  Tehrik chief Dr. Uzma Jatoi and others. He said has been victim of political,religious,sectarian and ethnic terrorism as on one hand Taliban terrorists want to impose their so called Sharia and state within state in country while on the other political terrorists have made citizens of Karachi hostage on gun point for their evil designs. He praised army for successful army operation in Wazirstan,Wana and Bajaur which has given positive results adding that MQM was invloved in many terrorist incidents like 12 May,9 April,1 October 88,tragedies like Baldia town, Abbas town, Tahir plaza, timber market,etc. He said that MQM has also killed many security personnel but yet why action was not taken against them. He also questioned as to why more than 300 terrorists of MQM including Solat Mirza, Ajmal Pahari, who have been sentenced were not being hanged. He also demanded to take action under JIT report of Baldia town factory inferno and government shall withdraw decision to form new probe committee. He demanded from UK government to stop its citizen Altaf Hussain who was spreading terrorism in Pakistan

SNP leader announced that his party would hold Dharna in front of UK High Commission in Karachi on 6th March with thousands of people including family members of terrorism victims and submit memorandum to high commissioner asking him to stop exporting terrorism from his country to Pakistan through its citizen Altaf Hussain. He told that their sit in will be peaceful but if attempt was made to block them then SNP would hold protests across Sindh.

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