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January 9, 2015

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MQM says Fazl adopting two-faced policy on terrorism

KARACHI: The Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) on Thursday came out hard against the Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam-Fazl (JUI-F) chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman for ‘misguiding and dividing’ the Pakistani nation and asked him to come up with his stance openly instead of adopting two-faced policy.
In-charge Coordination Committee Qamar Mansoor at a press conference at the MQM’s headquarters criticised the Maulana for his dual policy. He said Fazlur Rehman accepted the amendment and National Action Plan at the meeting of civil and military leadership and after getting off from the meeting immediately denied it by saying that his party was not taken into confidence.
The MQM leader said the Maulana is actually a supporter of Taliban and has also attended the funeral prayers of the Taliban.He asked why Fazlur Rehman is afraid of taking the name of extremists and religious political parties who are breeding militancy.
“Actually the Maulana is mystified due to action taken against Taliban and is issuing confused notes,” he said.“Why he can’t see Taliban as militants and extremists,” said Mansoor, adding that why is he silent over the arrest of innocent workers and supporters of the MQM. He asked the Maulana that who was responsible for attacking polio teams. He said women are not allowed to cast their votes in the areas dominated by the JUI-F. The MQM leader said the JUI-F chief is surprised that the entire nation is united against the Taliban and endorsing the viewpoint of Altaf Hussain.
Babar Ghori said the Maulana deviated from his stance taken at the joint meeting of civil and military leadership. Dr Farooq Sattar said the funding of madrassas would not have been used for personal purposes if Mufti Mehmood was alive.

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