MQM founder Altaf Hussain apologized Army for his anti-Pakistan statements
Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) primary Altaf Hussain on Tuesday apologized to Chief of Army Staff (COAS) Gen. Raheel Sharif and Director General (DG) Ranger Maj-Gen Bilal Akber for his vitriolic conversation a day previously in which he known as Pakistan as “a melanoma for whole world”.
“From the detail of center, I beg excuse from my comments against Pakistan, the organization such as Gen Raheel Sharif and DG Ranger,” he said in an argument distributed on Tweets by MQM representative Wasay Jalil.
“I was under serious psychological pressure over extra-judicial busts and unsafe situation of my employees seated at the starvation attack camping.”
Parts of the conversation that went popular on public networking revealed that while dealing with MQM employees protesting outside the Karachi Media Team against “enforced disappearances and extrajudicial killings”, Hussain not only brought up catch phrases against Pakistan but also known as the nation “a cancer for the whole world”.
“Being a Pakistani, I guarantee the Pakistani individuals, organization, army, ISI, all greater regulators and management that I will never use such terms again,” said the MQM supremo.
He advised the regulators to “end all actions taken against MQM”.
“For God’s benefit, don’t cut MQM from the nationwide popular.”
Hussain also regretted the assault against press homes that were assaulted as of his conversation and requested for the launch of MQM management who were later caught.