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Warning tit for tat, PPP woos MQM back

Warning tit for tat, PPP woos MQM back

titKARACHI: Calling on Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQMQ) to revisit its decision of quitting Sindh government, Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) leader, Sharjeel Inam Memon Sunday night came down hard on the former for allegedly leveling unwarranted allegations against his party.

“It’s not wise for the MQM to start picking fights merely over political statements. That said, I must add that had our policy of reconciliation not been holding us back the MQM would have tasted their own medicine by now”, said he addressing an emergent press conference following MQM’s announcement of breaking a fragile alliance with PPP with a bang.

Memon claimed there was not a single MQM allegation that the PPP did not have a rebuttal for.

“We can return every single libelous shot fired at us with bursts of befitting replies, but we have decided against it as we still want to work with them”, Memon said turning up the heat on MQM, which distanced itself from the PPP after controversial statements by Bilawal Zardari and Syed Khurshid Shah.

Memon, who mostly blew hot and cold during his unusually long press talk, however, expressed hope that MQM would give second thoughts to its emotional decision.

Earlier, the MQM made headlines by announcing it was parting ways with Sindh government as a protest against Chairman PPP Bilawal Bhutto Zardari’s insulting its London-based supremo Altaf Hussain.

“We are done with our share of sacrifices. Enough is enough. Henceforth, for MQM, working with PPP is like working against democracy”, the MQM leader Khalid Maqbool Siddiqui said talking to media at ‘Nine Zero’, the party headquarter in Karachi.

Siddiqui fired many a direct shot at PPP’s young chairman during the press briefing.

“Bilawal could be a legatee of Bambino Cinema, but never of Pakistan People’s Party”, said the MQM leader.

He also warned him that every incidence of ‘abusing’ the word Mohajir (migrant) would give rise to a new province.

In one of his earlier statements, Bilawal,  threatened MQM’s Hussain with dire consequences if his alleged unknown men so much as laid a finger on a PPP worker. “Uncle Altaf, not London police, but I (Bilawal) will personally make your life a hell for you if you don’t rein in your ‘unknown men'”, Bilawal had said.

Siddiqui, condemning Bilawal for launching an unprovocative accusatory attack on the MQM leader, said, “Bilawal, tell us have you made the lives of your mother’s killers any miserable as yet?”

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