Says they should first work on saving the country from danger and then engage in politics. PHOTO: MQM
KARACHI: Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) chief Altaf Hussain has appealed for unity, while criticising political parties for being involved in mudslinging while Pakistan was encircled by threats.
In a speech at the party’s International Secretariat in London, Hussain said that the country’s major political parties should first work on saving the country from the danger it is in and then engaging in politics.
“If there is no Pakistan, then there is nothing else, no politics, estates or someone’s kingdom,” Hussain said.