MQM’s Rizvi urges govt to stop target killing

March 1, 2015 Off By Web Desk

Karachi: Condemning frequent incidents of target killing in the city, Muttahida Qaumi Movement’s (MQM) senior leader Haider Abas Rizvi urged the government to take immediate action against the target killers.

Speaking during a press conference here on Monday, he said that killing of MQM workers had become a routine matter in the city.

“MQM worker Imran Rizvi was killed last night in Malir’s Shadman town. While doctors, engineers and other professionals are also being killed on daily basis,” he told the media men.

He said that the terrorists of banned outfits are involved in target killings but unfortunately, no action is being taken against them.

He asked the people to take safety measures by themselves as the government has failed to provide them security.

“The people of Karachi are waiting for the crackdown against terrorists. The government and army chief must take notice of deteriorating law and order situation in the metropolis”, he added.

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