Karachi, Sep 25 (ANI): Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) chief Altaf Hussain has claimed that the "enemies of the MQM" who had killed the party's senior leader- Dr Imran Farooq- were now wanting to take his life as well.
"Now the enemies of the movement are after my life, but I want to tell them that I am not afraid of anyone, whether it's a superpower like the United States or its Nato allies or their Pakistani agents," the Dawn quoted Hussain, as saying in a telephonic address from London to a condolence meeting at the MQM headquarters in Karachi.
"I fear the Almighty Allah and will never bow down before the conspirators even if they get my British citizenship rescinded," he added.
Urging people to distinguish between friends and foes and understand the conspiracies being hatched against Pakistan, Hussain said he had complete faith in the justice of the Almighty Allah and one day the killers of Farooq would be unmasked before the world.
He also claimed that some elements were "distorting facts to save the killers of Dr Farooq," and making misleading stories against the MQM, but added that despite all odds, the party would continue its struggle.
MQM leader Farooq, who was living in exile in north London, was found murdered outside his home some days back. (ANI)