QUETTA: Home Minister Balochistan, Sarfaraz Bugti, on Tuesday a ban should be imposed on Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM), claiming that the party was involved in countrywide terrorist activities, private media reported.
While addressing a news conference in Quetta along with military officials, the minister informed media persons about anti-terrorist operation carried out by security forces in different areas of Balochistan.
Sarfraz Bugti claimed that Indian intelligence agency RAW, was involved in spoiling peace in Balochistan through terrorist activities. He added that MQM was involved in sabotage activities not only in Karachi but across Pakistan.
“MQM should be declared a terrorist organization and must be banned in Pakistan. The BBC report has proved that MQM is receiving funds from India,” he insisted.
Furthermore, On Wednesday, British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) claimed in a report that MQM leaders have received funding from Indian authorities. British authorities investigating MQM for money laundering also recovered a list of weapons from MQM office, mentioned in the report.
The document which appears to be the property of Edgeware Police Station Reveals,”Mr . Altaf Hussain was getting money from different sources from India.”
Text of three pages, some of it covered up with what appears to be black ink, claim to reveals party leader Tariq Mir as saying that MQM had New Delhi support and that Altaf Hussain received funding from India.
On the other hand, In a reaction of Baloch Minister’s statement, MQM termed the report away saying it a badly formed table story, reported by resources.