Protesting outside residences immoral


Ghotki—Opposition leader in National Assembly, Syed Khurshid Shah, termed protest in front of anyone’s residence an immoral act. He said Pakistan Peoples Party believes in sanctity of ‘Chadar and Chardiwari’. Talking to media persons during visit of reporting center of police station Mirpur Mathelo on Friday he reiterated that his political party (PPP) has always striven for strengthening of democracy and it had never indulged in any conspiracy against democratic system in the country. Responding to a question regarding reorganization of PPP he told that Peoples Party was going to start a mass contact campaign in October this year to mobilize its supporters and highlight the performance of the party.
On a query about the arrest of opposition leader in Sindh Assembly, Khuwaja Azhar ul Hassan, he said he was unaware of entire matter but as per rules speaker should be informed prior the detention of any member of the corresponding assembly. Replying another question regarding graffiti in favour of Altaf Hussain he said it appears there were two MQMs one of the London and the other one with Farooque Sattar but coming months would clear the whole scenario.
Meanwhile, former Interior Minister and Senator Rehman Malik on Friday said Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) had always devised the Party’ strategy, keeping in view the national interest and future of the country.
The present government has to take further steps to root out terrorism from the country, Rehman Malik said this during a meeting with former President Asif Ali Zardari in London, according to a press release issued here.
Malik and the former President discussed the overall political scenario of the country and situation created due to the Panama Leaks issue during the meeting. On Kashmir, Asif Zardari said that PPP has always raised this issue on all international forums and will continue to stand with Kashmiris in their difficult time. He strongly condemned the brutality by the army in Indian Occupied Kashmir (IOK) during the meeting.—APP