MQM Workers Get Killed by PPP Workers: A Tragic Tale

News Desk3 months ago

A active MQM-P member was killed in a fight between the Pakistan Peoples Party and the Muttahida Qaumi Movement-Pakistan in Nazimabad early on Monday, ruining the otherwise peaceful electioneering in the city.

Following the death of 40-year-old MQM-P leader Faraz Ahmed Qureshi, two cars purportedly owned by PPP activists were set on fire by angry protestors. Rao M. Talha, a 22-year-old PPP employee, was killed and suffered injuries.

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A FIR against PPP leader Dr. Asim Hussain was demanded by the MQM-P later that day.

The incident happened late on Sunday night outside a MQM-P election office while a PPP rally was passing through the area, Gulbahar SHO Shabbir Hussain told Dawn.

He claimed that after throwing insulting remarks at one another, employees from both parties got into a fight that ended with both sides firing each other.

The area SHO reported that following the shooting, “a mob surrounded the area and destroyed two Toyota Vigos belonging to PPP workers before setting them on fire.”

Violence breaks out after MQM-P worker killed in clash with PPP - Pakistan  - DAWN.COM

According to police surgeon Dr. Summaiya Syed, Talha was shot in the left arm, but Faraz was hit by a bullet that killed him in the head.

Leading MQM-P figure Mustafa Kamal described the incident as “an organised attack” by the PPP on his party and charged that Dr. Asim Hussain, a former federal minister, was “supervising” the entire event.

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He told a press conference, “The PPP has actually given that man [Dr. Hussain] free rein with all government machinery and police to bring the party to power by outsourcing district Central to him.”

“This is the sixth incidence of this kind in the last several weeks, but let me assure you that it won’t happen again. We cannot watch as our employees die and remain mute. According to Dr. Asim’s orders, the police are helping the PPP personnel, he stated.

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The Unfortunate Reality: MQM-P Workers Booked for Rioting

In a different incident, two PPP employees were hurt in a fight with MQM-P employees in a Malir area.

The complaint of Mohammed Saeed, the brother of a PPP worker, led the Malir City police to file a case against ten MQM-P nominee employees and about twenty unidentified individuals.

Sections 147, 148, 337-A (i) (intention to hurt), 337-F (i) (punishment for causing injury), 427 (mischief and thereby causing damage to the amount of Rs50), 506 (criminal intimidation), and 435 (mischief by fire or explosive substance with intent to cause damage to amount of Rs100) of the Pakistan Penal Code were the ones under which the FIR was filed.

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