Nisar Ahmed Khuhro terms the demand of Altaf Hussain to United Nations unrealistic, unwarranted and unconstitutional

Nisar Ahmed Khuhro terms the demand of Altaf Hussain to United Nations unrealistic, unwarranted and unconstitutional

 

Karachi, August 02, 2015 (PPI-OT): Sindh Minister for Irrigation and Information Nisar Ahmed Khuhro has termed the demand of Altaf Hussain to UN for deployment of UN forces in Karachi unrealistic, unwarranted and unconstitutional. In a statement issued here today, Mr Khuhro said that Pakistan is a sovereign state and hence PPP condemns the demand of Altaf Hussain for UN forces in Karachi.

“This demand is unpatriotic and illegal. It has hurt the feelings of the Nation,” he said and added “Altaf Hussain’s request for Indian help is highly undesirable. It is an unpatriotic demand knowing well that the Indian mind set is anti Pakistan which resulted in breaking Pakistan.

It may be noted that Altaf Husain has written a letter to Secretary General of UN demanding for deployment of UN forces in Karachi. He has also stated that India is coward and seeing the killings of Mohajirs quietly. The article 5 of the constitution demands total loyalty to Pakistan and hence PPP demands from the federal government to constitute a high level commission to investigate this violation of constitution made by Altaf Hussain.

The Irrigation and Information Minister said that targeted operation in Karachi being conducted by Police and Rangers is against terrorists and criminals. “It is an indiscriminate operation. It is not against any political party,” he clarified and added that the targeted operation has produced good results and peace has finally returned to the city. PPP further demands from Altaf Hussain to with draw the letter written to UN immediately.

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