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Taliban asked to join hands with compatriots

Pakistan News: Taliban asked to join hands with compatriots > In what appears to be an important policy change, Muttahida Qaumi Movement leader Altaf Hussain has asked the Taliban to join hands with his countrymen, rather than to dissociate themselves from Pakistan.

Altaf Hussain bhai London“I urge the Taliban leadership that this country was the result of great sacrifices. … Come and Pakistan not to stand in Pakistan,” he said MQM address, phone 27 days of the foundation on Friday.

It was celebrated throughout Pakistan and address Altaf Hussain was simultaneously transmitted to the 34 seats. Value of MQM tricolor flags and portraits of Mr Hussain, a large number of people attended the main event in Karachi Jinnah Ground.

Condemning U.S. attacks drones in the tribal areas, Altaf Hussain, said the United States was violating Pakistan’s sovereignty and killing innocents, and added that the drone attacks have been carried out in flagrant violation of the Charter of the United Nations.

He assured that the government and the armed forces of Pakistan would support them all that if “significant steps” the courage and the courage to stop the drone strikes and is part of the carrot and stick game superpowers.

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