MQM to support government if it eliminates corruption: Altaf
10 June, 2013
KARACHI: Muttahida Qaumi Movement chief Altaf Hussain on Sunday said that his party would render unconditional support to the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz government if it eliminated corruption in the country.
The MQM supremo made these remarks while addressing the newly-constituted coordination committees of Pakistan and London, Karachi Tanzeemi Committee and workers of the party's different departments at the MQM headquarters at Nine-Zero.
Altaf also urged the law enforcement agencies to rein in gangsters in Karachi, warning that "his slight signal would move the flood of people towards the hideouts of criminals".
"We know where the criminals are hiding and we also know how to pull them out of their hideouts," Altaf proclaimed. He said the victory of MQM candidate from PS-128 was the fruit of workers' round-the-clock hard work.