MQM-London boss made a request to observe Independence Day as ‘Dark Day’: Mustafa Kamal
KARACHI (City News) – Pak Sarzameen Party (PSP) Chairperson Mustafa Kamal on Thursday lashed out at Muttahida Qaumi Movement-London (MQM) organizer and said that he made a request to observe Pakistan’s Independence Day as Black Day.
Amid a public interview in Karachi, Kamal pointed the finger at MQM-London head of burning the national banner and sending the recordings to Indian channels.
He said that the grimy demonstration was conferred for the sake of Muhajirs. In any case; they have now at long last went separate ways with the MQM-London boss following 30 years, included the PSP pioneer.
Mustafa Kamal affirmed that in the event that anybody wishes to be in governmental issues, he should leave Muttahida and frame another gathering.
He contended that MQM-London boss is a RAW operator and offer recordings mailgning Pakistan to the office.
Kamal verbalized that the future eras should confront shame because of Muttahida.