PML-N supporters stage protest demonstration against MQM's allegations.
PESHAWAR, August 27, 2009 (Frontier Star): The Supporters of PML-N PML-N Pakistan Muslim League (Nawaz group) staged a protest demonstration here Wednesday at 'Chowk Yadgar' against MQM MQM Muttahida Quami Movement (Pakistan)
MQM Mohajir Qaumi Movement (Karachi/Hyderabad, Pakistan)
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MQM Medallion Qualification Miles (Delta Skymiles) for voicing baseless-allegation against PML-N regarding 1992 military operation in Karachi. City Media Advisors of PML-N Haji Arshad Javed Gorrwah and Amin Ullah Boneri addressing to the demonstrators stressed on MQM not to air baseless allegations, stating that MQM has been responsible for the mass killing of Pakhtoons in Karachi and FIR regarding 12th May debacle to be filed against MQM Chief Altaf Hussain This article is about the founder and leader of MQM. For the journalist, see Altaf Husain.
Altaf Hussain (Urdu: الطاف حسین) is the leader and founder of Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM). . The speakers further emphasized that PML-N has always sacrificed for the interests of the country, while MQM has found to be accomplice in sabotaging the Federation of the country, as in the past maps of Jinnah Pur were recovered from MQM headquarters Nine-Zero. "MQM has been functioning like a pressure group by forcing the people of Karachi to pay extortion money, while Police discovered torture cells of MQM from Karachi also t hinted the reality of MQM, " said PML-N city Media Advisor. Haji Arshad Javed further elucidated that MQM popularity was on decline throughout the country, as from NWFP NWFP North-West Frontier Province (northwest Pakistan)
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NWFP Non-Wood Forest Product MQM has lost all its support, while in Sindh MQM has become restricted only in Karachi city and "MQM before voicing allegations at any other political party should hold their own accountability". Earlier the protest demonstrators also chanted slogans against MQM and also hold banners and placards inscribed in·scribe
tr.v. in·scribed, in·scrib·ing, in·scribes
a. To write, print, carve, or engrave (words or letters) on or in a surface.
b. To mark or engrave (a surface) with words or letters. with slogans against MQM.
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