MQM's Raza Haroon said that PPP leaders should stop patronizing terrorists for the sake of peace in Karachi. – File Photo

KARACHI: Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) leader, Raza Haroon on Thursday said that under a deep-rooted conspiracy gang-war was being expanded throughout Karachi.

Addressing a press conference at Azizabad in Karachi, he said terrorists belonging to the Aman committee were affecting political ties between the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) and MQM.

He said these terrorists were using sophisticated weapons against innocent citizens and that the government was not taking action against them.

He said that PPP leaders should stop patronizing the terrorists for the sake of peace in Karachi. He however said the MQM had decided to join the government keeping national interests supreme, adding the fight between terrorists had nothing to do with political parties.

He regretted that the majority of victims of fresh killing spree in Karachi were Urdu speaking. Raza Haroon urged the international community to use its influence to stop the mass killing of innocent people in Karachi.

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