LONDON: Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) Chief Altaf Hussain has said in his clarification statement that he had never demanded Indian army or Indian government coming to Pakistan and helps the migrants.
In a recent statement issued here on Monday night, Altaf Hussain said that he did not demand Indian army or Indian government coming to Pakistan and helps the migrants during his address to 19th MQM US Annual Convention held in Dallas, US.
The people who are relating this statement with me are just de-shaping the facts, added Hussain.
MQM chief challenged all those to come up with proofs who are relating these anti-government statements with him.
“ I am ready to cut my throat if somebody comes up with proof”, he said, adding “those who would not present the proof then they should die with shame”.
Earlier, Altaf Hussain is under hot water especially in Pakistan after he issued anti-government and unpatriotic statements against the government. Pakistani government has decided to take legal action against Hussain over his statements.