The MQM in Doldrums

By  Asif Haroon Raja MQM’s fascism The MQM under Altaf Hussain reigned supreme in urban Sindh from 1988 till March 2013. It expanded its political power by introducing the cultures of dead bodies filled in sacks, extortion, kidnapping for ransom, torture cells, target killings, no-go areas and strikes to paralyze the city. Despite its policy of fascism, terrorism, blackmailing tactics and imperiousness, and ...

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Foreign Connections of the MQM Exposed

By Sajjad Shaukat After an aggressive anti-Pakistan speech of the Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) chief Altaf Hussain on August 22, this year, party workers attacked several media houses in Karachi. Addressing his workers on Phone from London, who were on hunger strike, Altaf Hussain went to called for the break-up of Pakistan. He ordered attacks on the offices of Karachi-based media houses of Geo Television ...

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What a mess

By Yasmeen Ali Reproducing news snippets from different newspapers and TV channel websites reference Moon Garden building: “The builder, Abdul Razzak Khamosh, owned a 363-yard plot in Gulshan-e-Maymar, which he replaced with a 4,000-square-yard plot at the current location, in connivance with the KMC and revenue board officials. Subsequently, the Moon Garden project was issued survey number 309 by the KMC. ...

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Pakistan’s ailments

By Asif Haroon Raja Pakistan is inflicted with large numbers of diseases and some of the reasons for these afflictions are leadership crisis, feudalism, weak governance, financial mismanagement, rampant corruption and crime, weak judicial system, lack of accountability, non-adherence to rule of law, political polarization, tense civil-military relations, provincialism, lack of nationalism and above all Indi ...

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Traitors within the MQM

By Sajjad Shaukat The Present Government led by Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif launched the targeted operation in Karachi after obtaining consensus of all stakeholders like political parties, business community and members of civil society. For the purpose, Karachi was particularly handed over to the Rangers with power to take action against the culprits without any discrimination. In the past few years, gang ...

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پُر امن کراچی خوشحال پاکستان کی ضمانت

 نغمہ حبیب کراچی جس کو کسی زمانے میں روشنیوں کا شہر کہا جاتا تھا لیکن پھر ہوایہ کہ یہاں دن کی روشنی میں بھی کوئی جان محفوظ نہیں رہی اور وہ جرائم جو رات کے اندھیرے میں بھی ڈر کر کیے جاتے تھے دن کے روشنی میں بھی بے خوف و خطر کیے جانے لگے۔ نا معلوم افراد کے نام پر معلوم افراد خون کی ہولی کھیلتے رہے اور اس صورت حال کے خلاف بات کرنے والے بھی انہی نامعلوم افراد کا نشانہ بنتے رہے۔ ایسے میں یہ حکومت کی ذمہ داری تھی ...

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Bleeding and Healing Karachi

By Ali Sukhanver  Last September, the Prime Minister of Pakistan Mian Nawaz Sharif paid a visit to Karachi to observe himself the actual situation of Karachi, the financial hub of Pakistan. In consultation with the law-enforcement agencies, he approved the urgently required strategy to curb violence. It was then decided to start a broad-spectrum operation against all those who are involved in any kind of cr ...

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MQM Needs Reorganization

 By Sajjad Shaukat                               In the past few years, gang warfare, criminal activities and target killings have taken the lives of thousands of persons including the personnel of the Rangers and Police in Karachi. A rise of sectarian violence has also resulted into several casualties. The present operation against terrorists, target killers, kidnappers, land mafia and “Batha khaur” (Illeg ...

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