London: MQM chief Altaf Hussain on late Tuesday night asked the people of Karachi to store ration for a month keeping in view the existing deteriorating law and order situation in the country’s financial capital.
In a statement, the MQM chief, who had earlier given 48 hours to the government to control target killings in Karachi, said that the decision to advise the panic-hit people of the city to collect ration has been taken after seeing the apathy of the government and law enforcing agencies.
The statement further said, he asked people of Karachi to buy food sufficient for a month and in case they do not have money then sale out their valuable household items.
He said that the offspring of those who created Pakistan are being cursed and maltreated.
He also asked the people that get physically and psychologically ready. He said that our limits have been over and we have gutted all ‘peace furies’.
The MQM chief said that by following the path of Hussainiat, they will prefer to die.