IJT's anti-MQM campaign

KARACHI, Sept 19: The Islami Jamiat Talba Pakistan (IJTP) has announced it will launch a countrywide campaign against the Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM). This was decided in a meeting of the IJTP task force in Lahore Tuesday presided over by secretary general Atiq-ur-Rehman, stated a press release issued from Lahore.

According to the press release, anti-MQM pamphlets and handbills would be distributed and video documentaries would be shown all over Pakistan. Then press conferences will be held at all divisional headquarters of the IJTP on Sep 20 and rallies would take place on Sept 25 in different cities.

Rehman said at the meeting that the MQM was involved in the May12 mayhem and in IJTP activist killings. The IJTP would continue with protests until the murderers were arrested. IJTP nazims and secretaries from Punjab, NWFP, Balochistan, Sindh and Azad Kashmir attended.

MQM activist shot dead: An activist of the Muttahida Qaumi Movement was shot dead on Tuesday night by unidentified assailants near his house in New Karachi, according to police.

Gulfam, 35, was rushed to Abbasi Shaheed Hospital. New Karachi Supervisory Police Officer (SPO) DSP Asghar Usman said he was sitting at a barber's shop in Sector 5/E within the precincts of Bilal Colony police station when two men on a motorcycle shot at him and left. No FIR was registered till the filing of this report. Daily Times



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