Altaf's remarks about martial law criticised by most parties
Almost every ruling and opposition parties have opposed the Muttahida Qaumi Movement chief Altaf Hussain's call to ‘patriotic generals to take action similar to martial law against corrupt politicians', saying that a civilian set-up must be supported over a military rule.
Country needs France-like revolution, says Altaf
Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) Chief Altaf Hussain has said that if 'patriotic Generals' take a martial law-like step against corrupt politicians, MQM will support them.
Addressing a general workers meeting at Lal-Qila ground in Aziz Abad Sunday, Altaf Hussain said the country needs a revolution like France. more... (TFD)
'Sialkot event' a national dilemma: Malik
Federal Interior Minister Rehman Malik termed 'Sialkot-incident' as a national dilemma and reiterated that all the elements including police personnel involved in the incident would be punished strictly.
Governor Punjab Salman Taseer and Federal Interior Minister Rehman Malik visited the home of two brothers Mughees 17, Muneeb 15, who were tortured to death in Sialkot three days ago and expressed heartfelt condolence with the family. more... (TFD)