Islamabad, Sep 29 (ANI): A joint report prepared by the Pakistani intelligence and security agencies investigating into the targeted killings and lawlessness in Karachi has sought to blame terrorism in the province on "Hitler-clone" MQM supremo, Altaf Hussain, and the party's "Indian connection," among other reasons.
ANP Information Secretary Zahid Khan formally presented the report, framed in May 2009 by the ISI, Interior Ministry, IB, Sindh Police, Special Branch and Pakistan Rangers, to the Senate chairman, the Daily Times reported.
Lashing out at the Muttahida Quami Movement (MQM) for its "anti-state and anti-media activities," the report said it would require a "review of the thoughts propagated by Hitler 65 years ago, and the resemblance that Altaf has with the Nazi leader."ccording to the report, the government had repeatedly asked the MQM to close its training camps in India, and call back Javed Langhra and others to Pakistan.
"Altaf and his party responded that levelling such allegations against the party was not only a crime but also a violation of the security of the country," the report added.
"Who are these deserting rats, what do they want, how do they treat places like Kashmir, Pakistan and Karachi, why do they kill, why do they promise to send dead bodies, whom do they serve by heightening linguistic feelings, why do they target transformers and leave people to roast in heat, why do they burn transport facilities, why do they target security personnel, why do they torture people and pump bullets into public servants," questioned the 64-page report.
"It is a destructive instrument in the hands of its highly whimsical supremo, the one and only Altaf Hussain," said the fact sheet on the MQM.
When contacted, MQM spokesman Wasay Jalil was unavailable for comment. (ANI)