Ask the police to stop visiting businessmen in the city
The head of the Muttahida Qaumi-Pakistan Movement Khalid Maqbool Siddiqui on Thursday criticized the Sindh government and police for harassing traders and businessmen in Karachi.
“There is a Sindhudesh government here,” MQM-P organizers said at a press conference in Karachi. He was flanked by traders and businessmen.
“From the police to the Sindh Secretariat, look at the establishment here, the bureaucracy here,” he added.
Siddiqui warned police “arriving from outside Karachi” against visiting local merchants. “The Karachi government has been tasked with harassing the town’s merchants and asking how much they will bring to the People’s Party funds in return.”
He said demanding anything from the Sindh government was tantamount to painting one’s face black.
“Their job is to destroy the economy and social fabric of this city,” said MQM-P organizers. “And I congratulate them on destroying it to some extent,” he said scornfully.
Seventy percent of non-natives make it to local agencies and local government, complained Siddiqui, calling on the Sindh government to “bring them all back to Sindhudesh”.
“This is Pakistan and here no coercion from the Sindhudesh government will be tolerated,” he said.
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