MQM Chief Altaf Hussain - File Photo

KARACHI: MQM leader Altaf Hussain said on Sunday that if the political dynasties do not come to an end, Pakistan's existence could come in danger.

Hussain said that the survival and future of Pakistan depended on the 98 per cent of Pakistanis comprising the poverty-stricken and working-class people.

He said that civil and military rulers of Pakistan had made this country dependent on foreign aid and loans. He said the country can not progress until the monopoly of a few families does not finish.

The MQM chief also said that a revolution is bound to take place in Pakistan and that the nation will end this antiquated system and take the country forward.

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