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Nasim visited Nine Zero

01 December, 2014

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KARACHI – Muttahida Qaumi Movement chief Altaf Hussain welcomed Awami National Party (ANP) (WALI) head Begum Nasim Wali Khan among other ANP leaders Aurangzeb Kansi, Haji Fazal Karim and Qasim Jan at Nine Zero today.

Talking to MQM chief, leaders of ANP (Wali) talked about old days and memories of the past. ANP (Wali) General Secretary told Altaf that he was president of Pakhtun Students Federal in 1982 and his class fellow. "That was the beginning of the All Pakistan Mohajir Students Organisation and we spent many good days together." Kansi told Altaf, "Your people are living a life of peace and dignity because of his struggle. We have come to Nine Zero with the message of peace of Bacha Khan. We will take this message to Baluchistan also and give this message of peace to Balochi and Pakhtun people. We will take this message to Afghanistan as well."

Altaf said, "Together we will spread the message of non-violence and peace given by Bacha Khan." Karim recalled his memories and said that he used to come to Nine Zero early in the morning for holding discussion. "Conspiracies were hatched in the past to create bad blood between Mohajirs and Pakhtuns by instigating violence. Altaf and Khan Abdul Wali Khan foiled these conspiracies. We have come again with the message of peace and non-violence and starting our journey from Nine Zero," he said.

He told Altaf that when he would return to Karachi, hundreds of thousands of Pakhtuns along with Mohajirs will come out to receive him. They will shower him with tons of flowers. Altaf appreciated the thoughts of Karim and said that the day will come soon. Pakhtun Students Federal former president and ANP (Wali) leader told Altaf that their struggle was based in non-violence.

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