Posted on September 16, 2010
Filed Under >Adil Najam, Pakistanis Abroad, People, Politics
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70 responses to “Imran Farooq (1960-2010) Murdered: What Happened? What Will Happen Now?”

  1. Rehan Abbasi says:

    is this pakistaniat or inglistaniat? y r we discussing British people?

  2. Aman Pasand says:

    I think you are missing the point here.It has nothing to do with “World Politics”.This here is a crime which has been repeatedly committed for reasons other than political.

  3. Bushra Rehman says:

    This is extremely unfortunate that some valuable lives were lost. However, looking into the history of world politics and struggles we know that’s the price every righteous entity has to pay. Long live the common class ideology, long live the martyrs.

  4. noor says:

    I have one question.

    Why Altaf Hussain started talking too harsh against US policies for the first time, I remember, in the last 10 years or more after the tragic murder of Imran Farooq? What is going on? Can somebody comment on this?
    I agree with aman pasand. We need answers to all these questions. The best answere, i below, mqm can provide.

  5. Aman Pasand says:

    Some interesting but alarming facts about MQM

    When MQM initially won the elections in late 80s and early nineties, this was MQM’s top leadership:

    Chairman: Azeem Tarique

    V. Chairman: Bader Iqbal

    Secretary General: Imran Farooq

    Deputy Sec general: Khalid Bin Waleed

    Finance Secretary: SM Tariq

    Mayor Of Karachi: Farooq Sattar (last-one alive)

    Deputy Mayor : Raziq Khan

    First 2 senators : Nishat Malick and one more

    It is so regrettable and unfortunate that all these top leaders of MQM are dead , and all have been assassinated, except Farooq Sattar.

    It is also on record that all these leaders either left MQM (Badr Iqbal, SM Tariq, Imran Farooq, Razik Khan) or developed differences with Altaf Hussain ( Azeem Tariq, Khalid Bin Waleed, Nishat Malick) before their death

    MQM is in power for 23 years in Sind and Pakistan’s federal cabinet, including ministry of defence and law in Sind for 8 years. The most surprising part is that they have never ever tried to catch or even seriously demanded the capture of culprits who wiped off the entire leadership of MQM in last 20 years???

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