KARACHI: Founder leader of Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) Altaf Hussain condemned the terrorist attack on Karachi Airport and expressed his sorrow and grief over the martyrdom of law enforcement personnel. He prayed for the speedy recovery of the injured people.
“I have been saying in my statements and speeches about my stance on the terrorism. I demand the government should quickly device a strategy to deal with the terrorism. It is deplorable no one has paid attention to my appeals and demands. Today we witnessed the result of lack of interest and determination to deal with the terrorism in the form a brazen attack on the Karachi Airport, Hussain said. The situation had not gone out of control we could still device a plan. If we did not take action against the terrorists it would embolden them and they would keep on carrying out brazen attacks, he said. He condemned the terrorist attack in Balochistan and expressed his grief over the deaths and the injuries to people who were going on pilgrimage. Today’s brazen attack demands we should make a foolproof plan for the elimination of terrorists from Pakistan. The situation indicates we have reached a point of no return. Delay in action against will cost us dearly, he warned. Meanwhile, Altaf Hussain also condemned the suicide attack on a security check-post in North Waziristan (NW).
In a statement from London Secretariat Hussain expressed his sorrow over the killings of Army soldiers and injuries to others. He asserted terrorism seized the rein of country’s prosperity and success.
He emphasised on the need to eliminate not only the terrorism from soil but also all terrorists’ roots. He said Army and other resources should be utilised as soon as possible to control this monster.
He condoled the bereaved families of victims and prayed for departed souls to rest in peace. He beseeched Almighty Allah to grant the courage to the families to bear loss and prayed for early recovery of the injured.
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