MQM Chief Altaf Hussain. -File Photo

LONDON: Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) chief Altaf Hussain on Friday asked prominent personalities of the country to think about conspiracy behind repeated terrorist attacks on defence installations and Hindus’ migration to India.

Speaking to prominent columnist Hassan Nisar on phone, Hussain said terrorists had earlier carried out brazen attacks on Mehran Base in Karachi, GHQ in Rawalpindi, ordnance factory in Wah Cantt, Manawan Police Training School and other important installations also.

He said Hindu community members were applying for asylum in India because of failing law and order situation in interior Sindh.

Expressing deep concerns over the said issues, the MQM chief asked political leadership to think on threats encircling over the country instead of concentrating on power wrangling.

Nisar agreed with concern of the MQM chief and lamented that people who are intimately connected with events unfolding in the country are doing nothing to improve the situation.

He said people of every field of life would have to think seriously of concerns expressed by Hussain and come forward for playing due role to strengthen Pakistan.

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