LONDON: Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) founder and leader Altaf Hussain has appealed to President, Prime Minister, Chief of Army Staff and DG ISI to help recover missing party workers and stop injustices.
He informed the media that during last six months, almost forty five party workers and four sector members went missing besides lamenting that law enforcement agencies (LEAs) are not paying heed to his appeals and violating human rights in the name of Karachi operation.
He said that Human rights organisations shall not remain silent on brutal torture and treatment of his party workers by agencies as such practices are murder of justice.
The exiled leader also urged Chief Justice of Pakistan to take suo motu notice of injustices being meted out to his party workers and citizens of Karachi at large.
Meanwhile, Sindh chief minister Qaim Ali Shah has repeated today that operation will continue till the arrest of last criminal in Karachi.