Crackdown on MQM unabated, dozens of ‘illegal structures’ across Karachi razed

The Pakistani military and civilian establishment is in no mood to forgive the ousted Muttahida Qaumi Movement’s (MQM) supremo as the Pakistani Rangers crackdown across the Sindh province and mega city of Karachi continues unabated based on Pakistani media.
Since the dramatic revolt of the top brass of the party in Pakistan on August 23, a day after Hussain had incurred the wrath of the Pakistani military establishment after his address over the phone from his self-exiled home in London to a gathering of MQM workers in Karachi, the Pakistani Rangers are on a mission to uproot the “illegal infrastructure’’ of the MQM in the country.
Media reports from Pakistan suggest that by the afternoon of Saturday five more MQM offices were razed while a total of 196 ‘sector and unit’ offices in the city of Karachi were locked up after the arrest of three suspected hit men belonging to the “MQM London secretariat” and as many women activists on Friday for allegedly attacking media houses.
All efforts by Hussain from London to limit the damage have gone in vain. His endorsement of the party top brass to shut him out of the affairs of MQM in Pakistan and an unconditional apology to the Pakistan Army Chief for his comments describing Pakistan as “a cancer to the entire world has made no difference.

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