Talking in a private TV channel on Thursday, he lambasted PPP-led government for failing to provide peace and harmony to Karachi, which resulted in killings of 1,500 so far; and said that Prime Minister should always talk as a political worker, and not on ethnic basis.
He guaranteed, “Getting rid of Rehman Malik would prevail peace and harmony in rest of Country”, citing enormous foreign assets and laundered money owned by the interior minister, who would simply nestle cozily there in times of difficulties.
MQM’s Sajid Hussain Khan accused PPP’s Zulfiqar Ali Mirza of backing the target killers of Karachi, and warned government to desist from evoking a befitting response from MQM, if government carried out its discriminations against the MQM.
Maulana Abdul Mallick stressed on resolving Karachi issue through dialogue, and stressed on deploying intelligence agencies in sensitive areas. He also stressed on political consensus of the problem.
He also pointed out that PPP had always won elections here since 2002, while PML had always lost all the contests.
ANP’s Bushra Gohar was concerned over Karachi burning and bleeding to death, and wanted Karachi to be de-weaponized. She also declared that Rehman Malik’s presence in the city was a bad omen for peace and harmony here.