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MQM Call peaceful protest against Karachi violence

Latest Breaking News: MQM Call peaceful protest against Karachi violence > MQM announced peaceful protest against Karachi violence on Friday, July 8, 2011, E Pakistan News Reported.

MQM Call peaceful protest against Karachi violence









According to Report, MQM – Muttahida Qaumi Movement declared long march against violence in Karachi that is a peaceful protest. Wholesale and retail market, transporters, Petrol Pumps also play role in protest, because the also want the peace in the city.


MQM leaders touch the businessmen community for they take a part in peaceful protest.


They agree with MQM and said they are thankful to the MQM leadership because they are going for protest not a Strike.


The Violence in the city increased last 3 days so, business community reached their home early, that why shops and markets of the city were closed soon after the media report of the violence on Thursday.


KTI – Karachi Transport Ittehad Irshad Hussain Bukhari told that there was no strike declared but it is not possible to run buses on the road.


Many Busses Targeted by Suspects in last three days and many peoples killed and dozens of got injuries.


Chairman of the Pakistan Petroleum Dealers Association Abdul Sami Khan told that they did not call any strike but denied to open any petrol pump on Friday like normal day.


Karachi Electronics market remains closed on Friday that was announced by the Electronics Association Dealers Karachi.


Edit by E Pakistan News Staff Member.



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