In a bid to exhibit solidarity with PPP government, MQM chief Altaf Hussain announces to hold a protesting rally against CM Punjab Mian Mohammed Shahbaz Sharif here in metropolis on Sunday over the latter’s defamatory statements against President Asif Ali Zardari, reports on Friday.
Meanwhile, PML-Q’s Chaudhry Shujaat says Shahbaz Sharif is resorting to unethical tone to veil his mistakes.
It is pertinent to mention here that CM Punjab, addressing a huge mass gathering, earlier in the day, had criticized President Zardari over federation’s failure to provide public with relief but going a step forward, the former had used slandering rhetoric against the head of the state.
Shahbaz also called upon Zardari to resign from presidency.
During an emergency meeting, MQM’s Coordination Committee (CC) had decided to take out the mass rally in Karachi on Sunday to deplore Shahbaz’s unethical expressions against Zardari. Later, the decision was sanctioned by the party chief Altaf Hussain.
Altaf says trumpeting uncivilized words against president is akin to destabilizing country. “The party will not spare rendering any sacrifice for survival of the country,” Hussain vows.
All the same, Altaf appeals leaders of the coalition parties, loyalists and public to flock in MQM’s rally in big numbers.
Following Altaf’s reaction, it seemed difficult for PML-Q to stay calm as the party chief Chaudhry Shujaat Hussain states that Shahbaz Sharif has been hit by anxiety.
“CM Punjab is nervous over his faults therefore he is resorting to unethical tone against Zardari and also he is trying to cover his mistakes,” says Shujaat.