Barrister Murtaza Wahab, Spokesperson for Sindh Government and Adviser to CM Sindh on Law, Environment, Climate Change, and Coastal Development, has said that the people have rejected the so-called political parties which have remained silent on the rights of Sindh.
“If the MQM, which is doing the politics of divide, had been sincere with the people, it would have raised its voice against the atrocities against Karachi.
Those who wanted to eliminate the philosophy of Shaheed Bhutto are gone but the philosophy of Bhutto Shaheed is still alive today.
”He expressed these views while addressing a press conference at Sindh Assembly Auditorium Hall here on Monday.
Wahab added that July 5 is a dark day in Pakistan’s political history because on that day the military dictator overthrew a democratic government. “Under Bhutto, Pakistan was developing by leaps and bound.
In that golden era of our political history workers got steel mills, the nuclear program was started.
Now the name of Zia-ul-Haq is nowhere, but Bhutto is still alive in the hearts of the people.
The conspiracies that took place on July 5 have not stopped till today. Even today, a handful of people conspire against the PPP so that the love for Bhutto in the hearts of the common man can be eradicated.
When Zia-ul-Haq could not do this, how these selected rulers will be able to do?”He added that the MQM had indeed staged a historic protest because we had never seen such a tiny protest before.
“I wish the MQM had staged this protest against the PTI which passed the controversial census.
MQM had better protested against the wrong decision of the census, I wish their protest had been against the head of the protest committee, Ali Zaidi.
I wish the protest would have been against AminulHaq and Fehmida Mirza, who were on the committee.
The Chief Minister of Sindh fought the case not only of Sindh but also of Balochistan about the census.”
The adviser said that the CM did not agree in that meeting but also wrote a letter to the Council of Common Interests. People are protesting on befooling them on the name of the census.
Khalid Maqbool Siddiqui should have raised their voice that gas is not available in Central District but I do not know what compulsion he has that these people do not protest on public issues.
I wish they would have protested against the injustice committed in PSDP but they have turned a deaf ear to it.
They have not been able to complete the green line for seven years but MQM has not protested
They want to divide the people again and again. But they should bear in their mind that the people of Karachi have waved goodby to the politics of segregation.
By voting in the by-elections, the people of Karachi have explained why the MQM did not stand with us in the census.