KARACHI– Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) chief Altaf Hussain on Wednesday has said that only the Pakistan Army could establish administrative units in the country.
He expressed these views at a dinner which was hosted in honour of the Pakistan hockey team.
He said that the people who are work-shirkers should be separated from those who work in the interest of the country by giving them a separate province.
He also said that the 33 minor girls recovered from Karachi who belong to the Bajaur Agency Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KPK) are in safe hands of MQM and they are their daughters irrespective of where they are from.
Hussain said that the Sindh Chief Minister (CM) did not come to look into such a serious the matter which is irresponsible of him.
He also said that they do not like to bow down to corrupt governments even if they hang them.
Hussain said that they would carry on speaking the truth and that the leaders cannot do anything for the betterment of the country.
He also asked that why there are no funds for the hockey team in the national treasure?
Furthermore, Hussain announced a prize of Rs 20,000 for every player of the hockey team.