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Imtiaz Hussain
Friday, November 04, 2011
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SUKKUR: Former interior minister Sindh Dr Zulfiqar Mirza has said that political gathering of the Imran Khan-led Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf was an indicator of change and thousands of PPP workers, loyal to Benazir Bhutto and ZA Bhutto, along with Shah Mehmood Qureshi would come out on the streets for a change too. Mirza said that he was still a PPP worker and vowed to fight against corrupt ministers and mafias in the party.

 

He said that PPP ministers were hand in glove with anti-Sindh and anti-Pakistan people. The PPP loyalists would bring a revolution within the party. He, however, said that he would not take part in any campaign aimed at sending rulers to their homes and that he would not join any anti-democratic force that wanted to derail democracy.

 

He said that MQM promised Pir Mazhar to get him the slot of chief minister of Sindh if he kept criticising Mirza. He said that people of Sindh would not accept any anti-democratic system and if the government this time promulgates such an ordinance against the wishes of the people of Sindh, then he will come on to the streets with nationalists parties.