Archive for May, 2011

Reasons for disastrous situation of Pakistan


The factual reasons for the present disastrous situation or the root cause of the present weak scenario of Pakistan.

Unfortunately, Pakistan is suffering from a disease known as gangrene. The common cause of either wet or dry gangrene is loss of an effective local blood supply to any tissue. Loss of blood supply means tissues are deprived of oxygen thus causing the cells in the tissue to die. The most common causes of tissue/blood supply loss are infections, trauma and diseases that effect blood vessels (usually arteries). Gangrene is a potentially life threatening condition that arises when a considerable mass of the body tissue dies (necrosis). As a result of reduced blood supply, the organisms (the saprogenic micro organisms) causes wet gangrene which produces toxins. They spread throughout the body and as a result more parts of the body develop gangrene. And finally a time comes when the total blood flow of the body or blood supply system of the body collapses resulting in the collapse of the body as well. In early stages of gangrene, if diagnosed, could be treated through medicines keeping the fact in mind that you may not expect 100% success results. If any part or area of the body has suffered a lot from gangrene, it is advisable to cut that part of the body or that area of the body completely just to save and protect the remaining parts of the body for survival. This phenomenon of cutting a part is like a bitter pill to swallow. If you want the body to survive and remaining parts of the body which are not affected to be safe then it is better to cut that part or parts whether one or more hands, one or two legs or any other affected part or parts. This occurs within the body.

AIDS (Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome). The AIDS virus after entering inside the body through any means multiplies and multiplies. The body has three natural self defense  mechanism. HIV (Human Immunodeficiency Virus) produces AIDS. HIV is not a disease but it is a virus that causes AIDS. The three natural defense mechanisms are (1) Skin, (2) Under the skin (hypodermis/subcutaneous) which is second line of defense and (3) when the organism enters into the blood meaning  inside the body, as it enters inside the body simultaneously body starts producing immune army. If the immunity is not present then human being cannot survive. Viruses are around us always and because of

our immune system we don’t get effected.In AIDS, HIV overcomes immune system that is the defensive system and destroys it and as a result it weakens the immune system. And that is why it is called AIDS and so the reason that a person having AIDS is not safe from any other disease because the auto system of the body collapses.

With out immune system nobody can survive because cascade of organism are present every where around you in abundant and you intake continuously but you don’t get sick. The immune system saves us from bacteria, fungi and viral diseases.    

Unfortunately, our institutions are also suffering from Gangrene and AIDS. When one has gangrene then it is advisable to save the rest of the body. One has to cut of the effected part of the body as there is no other treatment. If one has the finger, legs, hands or any other part of the body and thinks that as this is his or her part of the body and it can be cured then the entire body will get affected with gangrene. Our institution say that those who are affected are our part and have been misguided and can be convinced to return are not aware of the fact that there is no treatment for gangrene. One can only save the institutions by cutting off the affected gangrene parts to save the rest of the body. Now if you cut off the leg then you can still walk with a limp but will certainly remain alive and if not then you will not even be able to walk and also will not survive. If you want to save the institution then drastic and ruthless actions are needed and one has to take the bitter pill. For example, if the gangrene affected parts touches a piece of cloth then it has to be burnt and cannot and must not be washed. Again the affected part has to be cut off and no other solution. Similarly, in case of other such deseases like chicken pox diseases it is also advisable to burn the piece of cloth that has come into contact.

It is your duty to decide whether you want to cut gangrene part and save the body or keeping the gangrene part and destroying the whole body. This is not my decision – it is your decision.

In AIDS the body immune system that is the body security defense system becomes paralyzed and ineffective and the viruses from outside can no longer be fought. Similarly, three days ago, for 16 hours in PNS Mehran Base, 4, 8 or 12 terrorists entered and the challenged the defensive immune system, just like the body parts system,1100 soldiers were present for the security and safety of the PNS Base. When 4, 8, 12 enter into the body and the 1100 were not able to counter them then it means your auto immunity system has collapsed. The immune defense system of the institutions has collapsed, which means that not only AIDS but also gangrene has affected the body. When the system cannot stop 12 then how can this system defend the country against foreign intrusion?

Therefore, while the AIDS grows and gangrene spreads, we have to cut of the leg or any other part of the body, take the bitter pill for AIDS, strong medication and powerful action, just like in Iran. Don’t spare where in doubt even if 60% has to be cut off but this will ensure the safety of remaining 40% as this will be the neat and clean part. And if not then the 40% will also get affected. We have to decide either to save 40% or loose the whole system. If we can understand this theory then the country can survive.

( A thoughtful discussion and lecture by MQM Founder & Leader Mr Altaf Hussain with the Members of MQM Coordination Committee Pakistan and London on Tuesday 24th May 2011 .)



Members of National Assembly belonging to Muttahida Quami Movement (MQM) have condemned long power outages in Karachi, Hyderabad and other parts of the country. The MNAs termed long hours of load shedding as gross injustice to the citizens. In a joint statement the MQM MNAs said that the dispute between the management of Karachi Electric Supply Company (KESC) and the labour had made the life of the people of Karachi a misery.

The MQM MNAs said that the on-going dispute between the management and the labour union was creating hurdles in the rectification of faults and smooth transmission and distribution of electricity. This had added to the problems of the problems of the people who were already forced to go without electricity for long hours due to load shedding. The KESC management and the labour union should stop testing the patience of the citizens of Karachi

The MQM MNAs said that if the management of the KESC and the labour union failed to discharge their responsibilities and the patience of the people gay way, then the KESC management and the labour union would have themselves to blame public outpouring.

The MQM MNAs demanded of President Asif Zardari, Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gillani, Governor Sindh Dr Ishrat-ul-Ebad Khan and Chief Minister Sindh Syed Qaim Ali Shah to take due notice of the long power outages in Karachi, Hyderabad and other parts of the country. They also called for stern action against those who were responsible for forcing the people to go without power.



Member of Co-ordination Committee of Muttahida Quami Movement (MQM) Syed Mustafa Kamal has said that it is for the first time in the history of the country the people of Pakistan have been asked to express their views as to how they would like to see the country in future. The referendum was not held to make anyone the President or the Prime Minister. He was talking to the media at MQM Head Office Nine Zero on the seventh day of the public referendum called by Mr Altaf Hussain.

Members of Co-ordination Committee Wasay Jalil, Shahid Latif, MNAs Haider Abbas Rizvi, Fauzia Aijaz and Provincial Minister for Environment were also present alongside Syed Mustafa Kamal.

He said that hundreds of thousands of Pakistanis were enthusiastically taking part in the referendum by answering the questions. The result would be compiled in next two to three days. A joint session of the Co-ordination Committee of the MQM would decide about the future line of action in the light of the views expressed by the people.

He said that the referendum process continued for one week. The questions asked by Mr Altaf Hussain for bringing the country out of current crises were put before the public. The nation was passing through a period of utter despondency and questions were being raised about the institutions responsible for national security and defence. Mr Altaf Hussain took a bold decision in this hour of sheer hopelessness and united the nation on one point through this referendum.

He said that the referendum would bring forward a national opinion which would be helpful in making a future line of action. Mr Altaf Hussain has given the people of Pakistan to express their views in order to bring the country out of problems that are confronting it.

He said that Mr Altaf Hussain has touched a chord with the people and mobilized them in the interest of the country. It was heartening that even young students who are less than 18 years of age were actively participating in the referendum.

Earlier members of print and electronic media were taken on a visit of the camps set up in various parts of Karachi for facilitating the people in taking part in the referendum.



Founder and Leader of Muttahida Quami Movement (MQM) Mr Altaf Hussain has deplored and condemned the killing of Saudi diplomat  Mr.Hassan al -Kahtani in a fatal terrorist attack in Karachi. He expressed his grief over the incident and added that the deadly attack was an attempt to malign Pakistan. He said that the elements involved in the attack were open enemies of Pakistan. There were strong bilateral relations between Saudi Arabia and Pakistan and a vicious attempt had been made to bring a strain in the brotherly relations.Mr Hussain appealed to President Asif Zardari, Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gillani, Governor Sindh Dr Ishrat-ul-Ebad and Chief Minister Sindh Syed Qaim Ali Shah to take serious notice of the terrorist attack on the car of Saudi Consulate Mr.Hassan al -Kahtani and the killing of the diplomat. He prayed for the eternal bliss of the departed soul and said that he and all the workers of the MQM shared the grief of the Saudi Government and its people.

Disagreements persist between PPP and MQM



Except for the removal of Dr Zulfiqar Mirza as home minister of Sindh, other issues that led to the MQM parting ways from the PPP are yet to be resolved, MQM sources said.

Contrary to some reports that the two parties have agreed on some formula for the local government, Wasay Jalil from the MQM said nothing has been finalised as yet.

“We have yet to address the preliminary question of the local government system… Our position is clear that we want to restore the system not only for Sindh and Karachi, but throughout the country,” he said, when asked about the reported agreement between the two sides.



MQM Founder & Leader Mr Altaf Hussain has once again addressed the entire nation of patriotic Pakistanis irrespective of their sect, school of thought, religion, belief, region, colour, language or province; that are worried and concerned on the current state of affairs and the critical situation the country is faced with today. Expressing his extreme concern and sadness he said that even at this critical juncture, certain religious and political parties of the country are busy in a number-scoring game rather than to provide guidance and a future line of action to the nation. At this stage Mr Hussain said that he would like to ask every true Pakistani some questions in the shape of a public referendum. The people of Pakistan can respond with their suggestions and answers to the MQM through telephone, email or via nearby MQM offices of Units, Sectors and other central offices in their area all over the country; or they can come to MQM Head Office Nine Zero till the 17th May 2011; so that the results of this public referendum can be put forward to the nation.

Mr Hussain said that after the terrorist attacks on Twin Towers in New York on 11th September 2001, in London on 7th July 2005, or in Madrid, Spain and other parts of the world; did the main political parties of these countries held their respective rulers, chiefs of armed forces and heads of intelligence agencies responsible and demanded for their abolishment, resignation and removal of the Government? What kind of reaction and steps did the nations of these countries and their political parties demand against the terrorists’ activities? Please express your opinion by ticking on “Yes” or “No:” 

The questions are:

Question No. 1: Did the citizens of America, Britain, Spain and other countries, after becoming the victims of terrorism, in the larger national interest keeping their political and ideological differences at one side, demanded for an action against those responsible for terrorism and their respective parties? Yes (       ) OR No (      )

Question No. 2: Or taking advantage of the acts of terrorism and to increase the rating of their respective parties, they tried to take advantage of the situation? Yes (       ) OR No (      )

Question No. 3: Did the Presidents and Prime Ministers of these countries, after the huge incidents of terrorism and important sensitive occurrences immediately or soon after went on foreign visits? Yes (       ) OR No (      )

Question No. 4: Or after the occurrences of the acts of terrorism, if the Presidents and Prime Ministers of the respective countries preferred to cancel their foreign visits and immediately returned to their countries?

                                A: Cancelled their visits and returned. (           )

                                          B: Continued their visits.  (           )

Question No. 5: Did the people of these countries, after these acts of terrorism or any other sensitive occurrence, demanded for resignation or an action against their respective heads of armed forces and/or intelligence agencies? Yes (     ) OR No (      )

Question No. 6: Do you think our armed forces and intelligence agencies should support the 98 percent poor and middleclass people or they should side with the feudals, sardars and waderas and corrupt capitalists?

             A: They should support the 98 percent poor and middleclass. (            )

    B: They should support the feudals, corrupt capitalists, waderas and sardars. (      )

Question No. 7:  What line of action should the people of Pakistan adopt against the terrorists involved in suicide attacks and bomb blasts?

       A: Support the suicide bombers and those involved in bomb blasts.  (             )

B: Get united against the suicide bombers and those responsible for bomb blasts. (              )

Question No. 8: During the natural calamities, earthquakes, floods and other tragedies; did our armed forces and intelligence agencies provide more rescue and relief services as compared to the political and religious parties? Yes (   ) OR No (     )

Question No. 9: Referring to the terrorist attacks within the country, including the suicide attacks and bomb explosions, did the personnel and officers of armed forces, police and other law enforcement agencies offer more human sacrifices as compared to the leaders of political and religious parties?

   A: The personnel and officers of armed forces and other law enforcement agencies.

     (            )

                         B: The leaders of political and religious parties. (           )

Question No. 10:  If the American attack and intrusion in Pakistan is an attack against the sovereignty of Pakistan, is it not true that the illegal stay of the foreigner Osama Bin Laden is also an attack on the sovereignty of Pakistan?

A: Both the American attack and the illegal stay of foreigner Osama Bin Laden are tantamount to attack on the sovereignty of the country. (            )

                                      B: Only the American attack. (            )

Question No. 11: Are the drone attacks on our country, occurring with or without the consent of the government, the armed forces and the intelligence agencies?

                                        A: Without their consent. (               )

                                            B: With their consent. (            )

Question No. 12: If the drone attacks are occurring with the consent of the government and the armed forces then should the government and armed forces not inform the nation?

                                      A: Should inform the nation. (  &
nbsp;          )

                                    B: Should not inform the nation. (           )

Question No. 13: In the current critical and sensitive scenario what should the government, its coalition partners, armed forces and opposition parties do?

A: Sit around the table and inform the nation about the real facts and unite on a one point agenda. (      )

      B: Confront each other and hold each other responsible for the situation. (       )

Question No. 14: Should Pakistan cut-off its ties with America and formally start a war against USA or should both the countries ignore and put aside their mistakes and errors and start afresh for an honourable and constructive relationship?

                       A: Cut-off its ties with USA and start the war. (              )

            B: Start afresh for an honourable and constructive relationship. (          )

Question No. 15: To deal with the aftermath of the death of Osama Bin Laden and for the compensation of losses, should a round-table conference be convened without further delay of all national parties including the armed forces and intelligence agencies and formulate one united national line of action?  

              A: Convene a round-table conference without further delay. (           )

                      B: No need to convene a round-table conference. (            )

Question No. 16: Does the sensitive state of affairs within Pakistan demand that we should review our foreign policy and line of action with reference to Afghanistan, Iran, India, China and other countries for a productive and confident relationship?

  A: Review our policy and line of action for a productive and confident relationship.

                (              )

B: Start a war with all neighbouring countries and occupy these countries and form our own government. (              )

Question No. 17: Should the people of Pakistan unite and prepare themselves for a new, positive and peaceful revolution?

                            A: Yes, we should immediately get united. (           )

       B: Continue with our attitude to proclaim our political parties as patriotic. (    )

Mr Hussain said that he has come to this conclusion after deliberating for days. The details are painful, however, in the current sensitive state of affairs it was felt appropriate that he should present the above questions to the nation so as to invite them to think and so that their answers will serve as material to assist him in formulating future line of action in this regard. In the end, he emphasised that our beloved country has already disintegrated, and now all our efforts and actions should focus on keeping the country intact and sovereign. We should not only make amends but learn lessons from our past mistakes and start afresh to formulate future policies for our own country’s eternal sovereignty, progress and prosperity with a renewed pledge and determination.

Mr Hussain once again earnestly appealed to the nation, political and religious parties and their leaders, that under the present sensitive and critical scenario, to please end their differences in the name of Allah Almighty and His Prophet Muhammad (PBUH); and to unite on an agreed line of action to take the country out of the danger it is faced with today.

Mr Hussain appealed to the nation that they can send their answers, replies and suggestions to the MQM Head Nine Zero at 494/8 Azizabad, F.B Area, Karachi, over the telephone on 021-36313690, 36329900 or via fax on 021-36329955 or via email on Furthermore, they can also contact the MQM offices near their homes to get a copy of the questionnaire and to submit their response, suggestions and answers. The questionnaire form can also be downloaded from the MQM website at



Co-ordination Committee of Muttahida Quami Movement (MQM) has expressed grave concerns over a conspiracy to inflame sectarian violence in Pakistan particularly Karachi. The Committee said that the elements wanting to spark sectarianism were manifestly the enemies of Karachi and its peace.

The Committee said that the sectarian violence in the province of Sindh had ended as a result of untiring efforts of the founder and leader of the MQM Mr Altaf Hussain. The Committee lamented those certain elements, which do not like the atmosphere of unity and brotherhood among the people, were conspiring to incite sectarian violence in the city by fanning religious sentiments.

The Committee said that the elements who wanted to divide the people along sectarian lines for their contemptible objectives and destroying the peace of Karachi could not have any sympathy for Islam and humanity.

The Committee appealed to all the people belonging to various religious schools of thought to remain vigilant of the abominable conspiracy to incite sectarian strife in Karachi. They asked the people to be watchful and foil every attempt to destroy peace and tranquility of the city.

The Committee also stressed upon all the religious scholars to promote religious harmony in their lectures and religious gatherings. The religious scholars should play an effective role to defeat the conspiracy by preaching unity and brotherhood.

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