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Criminal mafia MQM Altaf continues murdering senior police officials in Karachi

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  1. Imran Qadri

    Policeman linked to ‘Karachi operation’ shot dead

    KARACHI: A police officer, who was known for the active role he played in the ‘Karachi Operation’ of the 1990s, and his armed guard were gunned down in an ambush in Lines Area on Thursday night, police said.

    They said that after having supervised a random check of vehicles on a Lines Area road, Inspector Nasir-ul-Hasan, accompanied by guard Khurram Butt, left for the Brigade police station in his private jeep.

    They added that Inspector Hasan, who was the Brigade police SHO, and Constable Butt were ambushed minutes later.

    “Two men riding a motorbike intercepted them near German Hotel in Lines Area,” said an official at the Brigade police station.

    “The two policemen sustained serious bullet wounds. A passer-by was also wounded in the firing. The attackers used 9mm pistols.”

    The official said the policemen had no police escort following them.

    While the two riders sped away following the attack, the victims were taken to the Jinnah Postgraduate Medical Centre.

    However, the police constable succumbed to his wounds on his way to hospital. Inspector Hasan died when he was being operated upon.

    An official at the JPMC medico-legal section said that Inspector Hasan was hit by two bullets — one each in the head and chest — fired from a very close range. His guard was hit in the head.

    The police high-ups see the incident as a serious threat to the “competent officers who challenged well-entrenched criminals”.

    “He was a competent officer and known for his performance throughout his police career,” said Capital City Police Officer Waseem Ahmed.

    “It’s a serious issue which needs to be addressed at the earliest. Being the head of the city police, I am responsible for the protection of my men. Their lives are always under threat due to the nature of their job.”

    The police chief vowed to reach the killers of Inspector Hasan and Constable Butt at the earliest.

    Inspector Hasan, in his late 40s, was among several officers who were linked to the mid-1990s ‘Karachi operation’.

    He resided in an official accommodation in the Baghdadi area of Lyari Town. Father of three children, he hailed from Rawalpindi.

    The 29-year-old police constable was also married

    Posted 5 years ago on 21 Aug 2010 12:38 #
  2. Imran Qadri

    MQM workers booked for killing policemen

    KARACHI: Workers of the Muttahida Qaumi Movement have been booked in the murder case of a police officer and his armed guard who were ambushed in a Lines Area locality on Thursday evening, officials said on Friday.

    Capital City Police Officer Waseem Ahmed confirmed that the suspects nominated in the FIR (308/2010) were associated with the MQM. However, an MQM spokesman declined to comment.

    Inspector Nasir-ul-Hasan, the SHO of the Brigade police station, who was known for the active role he played in the ‘Karachi operation’ of the 1990s, along with his armed guard, Khurram Butt, was targeted when he was returning to the police station in his private jeep.

    The FIR was registered on behalf of the state at the Brigade police station under Sections 302 (premeditated murder), 324 (attempted murder), 353 (assault or criminal force to deter public servant from discharge of his duty), 392 (punishment for robbery) and 34 (common intention) of the Pakistan Penal Code read with Section 7-A of the Anti-Terrorism Act, 1997.

    “Those nominated in the FIR are Shabbir alias Dhobi, Taqi Butt alias Mamu, Nadim, Asif alias Chitta and their eight to 10 accomplices,” said an official at the Brigade police station.

    He said that so far no arrest had been made in the case.

    In his brief response to Dawn’s queries, the CCPO said: “Being the chief of the city police, I assure everyone that the investigations would be carried out purely on merit and no one should have any doubt about it.”

    The officials said that initial investigations into the killing of the Brigade SHO and his guard showed that at least six assailants took part in the attack.

    By thoroughly examining the crime-scene and the bullet-riddled vehicle from different angles, police investigators concluded that at least six assailants sprayed the private jeep of Inspector Nasir-ul-Hasan with bullets.

    “The assailants used sophisticated weapons of different kinds,” said Investigation SP Arshad Kamal Kayani. “We came to know that they (assailants) left the scene on foot and didn’t use any vehicles to escape. However, these findings are based on initial investigations.”

    The SP replied in the negative when asked whether the investigators succeeded in obtaining any eyewitness account to prepare the sketches of the assailants.

    When asked whether it was not odd that nobody saw the assailants in the congested neighbourhood near the German Hotel in Lines Area, police officials observed that fear mostly kept people from sharing information about such incidents with the law-enforcers.

    Inspector Nasir-ul-Hasan along with several other policemen was booked in a case pertaining to the killing of peasant Rasool Bux Brohi in a staged encounter. He remained in prison for many months in this case.

    Meanwhile, Provincial Police Officer (PPO) Sultan Salahuddin Babar Khattak and other senior police officers attended the funeral prayers of slain constable Khurram Butt at the Police Headquarters, Garden.

    The PPO also announced an amount of Rs2 million each as compensation to the bereaved families.

    Posted 5 years ago on 21 Aug 2010 12:38 #
  3. Imran Qadri

    DSP(Nawaz Ranjha) shot dead in Karachi

    KARACHI: A senior police officer who investigated the Oct 18 Karsaz bomb attacks on Benazir Bhutto’s procession was gunned down along with his driver here on Monday night.

    Officials said that DSP Nawaz Ranjha, who was posted as supervisory police officer at Preedy police station, was on a routine patrol when two armed men riding a motorcycle fired multiple shots at his police vehicle near Radio Pakistan on M.A. Jinnah Road and escaped.

    “The DSP and his driver, constable Jehangir Hussain, were badly injured and taken to the Civil Hospital, where they died,” Saddar Town SSP Javed Akbar Riaz said. They were hit in the chest and head. 9mm pistols were used in the attack.

    The motive behind the incident could not be ascertained. Although DSP Ranjha once headed investigations into the Oct 18 bomb attacks which killed more than 150 people, police high-ups said they did not see any link between the murder and the investigation.

    “He was a non-controversial officer and highly respected among his colleagues,” city police chief Waseem Ahmed said. “There is no immediate motive which we can doubt, but it’s an attempt to disturb the city’s peace and stability.”

    In Orangi Town, a doctor was shot dead on Monday night. Police said that 45-year-old Dr Najam-ul-Hasan was attacked by two men riding a motorcycle. He suffered multiple bullet wounds and was taken to the Abbassi Shaheed Hospital.

    “He was operated upon at the hospital, but a bullet in his head proved fatal,” said an official at the Iqbal Market police station.

    Posted 5 years ago on 21 Aug 2010 12:45 #
  4. Imran Qadri

    Killers of Brigade SHO, Preedy DSP same, says CCPO

    KARACHI: While police investigators on Tuesday claimed to have found some vital clues to the role of certain suspects, who were stated to be also involved in the killing of an inspector last month, in the deadly attack on Preedy DSP Nawaz Ranjha and his driver, police registered a first information report against unidentified persons for the double murder.

    DSP Nawaz Ranjha and his driver Jehangir Husain were sprayed with bullets near Radio Pakistan on M.A. Jinnah Road late Monday night when they were returning from duty. Police later found several spent bullet casings of 9mm pistol from the crime-scene.

    An investigation team of police comprising Saddar SSP Javed Akbar Riaz and SSP Raja Umar Khattab of the Special Investigation Unit and headed by DIG (South) Iqbal Mehmood was constituted by the city police chief following the targeted killings.

    A senior police officer told Dawn that the investigators had got some important clues about the killing, indicating the involvement of certain suspects in the deadly attack.

    “We have obtained some vital clues, but at this stage we cannot share them,” said Waseem Ahmed, the capital city police officer. He added that the investigators were almost convinced that the same suspects were behind the killing of Brigade SHO Nasir-ul-Hasan.

    The FIR (929/2010) was registered at the Preedy police station on the complaint of the SHO Preedy police station against unidentified suspects under Sections 302 (premeditated murder), 324 (attempted murder), 353 (assault or criminal force to deter public servant from discharge of his duty), 392 (punishment for robbery) and 34 (common intention) of the Pakistan Penal Code read with section 7-A of the Anti Terrorism Act 1997.

    However, no arrest had been made in connection with the FIR till the filing of this report.

    Officers who were close to DSP Ranjha told Dawn that he had served in the defunct district central and was posted as Gulbahar SHO. The Khaji ground falls within the remit of the Gulbahar police station where an FIR pertaining to the recovery of bodies was registered, one of the officers said.

    The slain DSP was the complainant in the first FIR of the October 18 Karzas bombings which was registered on Oct 19, 2007 at the Bahadurabad police station.

    Over 150 people were killed in the twin bomb attacks on the welcome procession of former prime minister Benazir Bhutto and hundreds of people wounded.

    The officer had maintained a comprehensive file of the 18 October blasts and had also assisted the FIA in the subsequent investigations of the incident.,-preedy-dsp-same,-says-ccpo-880

    Posted 5 years ago on 21 Aug 2010 12:46 #
  5. Imran Qadri

    Police get forensic report in DSP murder probe

    KARACHI, Aug 20: Police have received a forensic examination report in connection with the DSP Nawaz Ranjha murder probe indicating that same weapons were earlier used in the killing of Inspector Nasir-ul-Hasan, it emerged on Friday.

    While the city police chief, Waseem Ahmed, had told Dawn just a couple of days ago that the killers of the two police officers were believed to be the same, he had then declined to share any evidence to support his claims.

    Sources privy to the investigations said that a ballistic examination of bullet casings collected from the crime-scene after the deadly attack on DSP Nawaz Ranjha and Constable Jehangir Husain matched with those casings collected from the crime-scene following the killing of Inspector Nasir on July 1.

    The forensic division carried out the forensic examinations and issued the report to the police, the sources added.

    DSP Ranjha and his driver Husain were sprayed with bullets in a car ambush on M.A. Jinnah Road near Radio Pakistan when they were returning from duty on the night of Aug 16.Following the killing, police investigators found bullet casings of a 9mm pistol from the crime- scene.

    Giving graphic details of the crime scene, an investigator said: “There were 11 bullet holes in the DSP’s official police car. A minute examination of the car shows that the assailants had opened fire on DSP Ranjha from rear left of the car as two bullet holes penetrated the rear left window. The police officer was sitting beside the driver. The attackers riding a motorbike later came in front of the car and shot at the DSP and his driver,” the investigator said, adding that the officer had suffered gunshot wounds in the head and chest.

    Brigade SHO Inspector Nasir-ul-Hasan and his guard were shot dead on their way to the police station in Lines Area on July 1. After investigations, workers of a political party were booked in the double murder case (FIR 308/2010). The FIR was registered against Shabbir alias Dhobi, Taqi Butt alias Mamu, Nadim, Asif alias Chitta and their eight to 10 accomplices on behalf of the state at the Bridage police station under Sections 302 (premeditated murder), 324 (attempted murder), 353 (assault or criminal force to deter public servant from discharge of his duty), 392 (punishment for robbery) and 34 (common intention) of the Pakistan Penal Code read with Section 7-A of the Anti-Terrorism Act, 1997.

    Posted 5 years ago on 21 Aug 2010 12:47 #
  6. zingaro

    MQM will kill all those who were operational in Karachi Operation. They have lists. When I was in UAE, I lived with some MQM people. They used to discuss among themselves as how and when the Inspectors were killed by "Bhai log". I think one very active Inspector perhaps named Bahadur (or I forgot now) was so brutally killed that he was fired hundreds of bullets on his body.

    I wish all those who are involved in criminal activities also get their end mercilessly.

    Posted 5 years ago on 21 Aug 2010 14:53 #
  7. Imran Qadri

    Nobody should really be surprised as it has already been acknowledged by Law enforcement agencies Sindh Police, Special Branch, IB, ISI, Rangers and the Ministry of Interior that MQM altaf (Militant Qatil Mafia) is primary instigator,actual perpetrator of target killings and killings of Police officals and is itself the Land mafia(vague term often used by MQM's appologist to distract others from MQM's crimes) illegally encroaching thousands of acres of lands in Karachi.

    Interior Ministry's official report blames MQM militants for target killings

    By Umar Cheema

    ISLAMABAD: The first official diagnosis, prognosis and prescription on the highly destabilising target killings in Karachi is now available as a seven-member high-level official committee has prepared its report blaming political parties and naming only the MQM Altaf (Militant Qatil Mafia) which it says has a militant wing which is tasked to create law and order situations to achieve its political ends.

    For the first time all the security agencies in Karachi have collectively pinpointed the problems and have admitted that as many as 83 police officers involved in earlier operations against MQM have been eliminated in target killings, which has adversely affected the morale of police force.

    The report ordered by the Interior Ministry was prepared by a committee which had all the official security stakeholders in Karachi, including the Sindh Police, Special Branch, IB, ISI, Rangers and the Interior Ministry.

    It is now said to be lying with the prime minister for action but its recommendations are almost impossible to implement, including de-weaponisation of Karachi, registration of all aliens, insulation of police from political influence and others.

    A security expert said it is for the first time a comprehensive picture, and a blunt one, has been presented by the report but whether any action can be taken is a big question mark.

    Federal Interior Secretary, Chaudhry Qamar Zaman, confirmed to The News that the report was ready but said he had not seen any follow-up as yet, saying the interior minister has gone to Karachi to find a way out in the wake of the current spate of target killings.

    MQM’s parliamentary leader, Dr Farooq Sattar, rejected the party’s involvement in target killings. As far the killings of police officers involved in Karachi operation, he said this issue needed separate treatment and a comparison should be drawn between the number of casualties the party suffered in that operation and the police killings later on.

    To be fair to all parties the entire text of the three-page report is being reproduced below. The copy available with The News has been doctored by our sources to the extent that the dates, file numbers and signatures of the members have been deleted. The text is, however, complete with recommendations:

    Subject: Report on Target killings in Karachi

    1. Minister for interior constituted a committee under the additional secretary, Ministry of Interior consisting of members from Sindh Police, Special Branch, IB, ISI and Rangers to identify target killings which took place during the last six months in Karachi and investigate into the circumstances with a view to find its solution.

    2. The committee invited affectees of target killings. The members of the committee assembled at NCMC office, Karachi and interviewed scores of affectees, interested groups and NGOs etc, home secretary, Sindh, DG Rangers, Sindh, IG Police Sindh, CCPO Karachi were also interviewed to assess the situation.

    3. Politically motivated target killing in Karachi appeared in 90’s when MQM Haqiqi parted its ways with MQM Altaf and continues to stall the landscape of Karachi with varying intensity to date. It is a turf war going on amongst political groups to have their say in the affairs of Karachi. MQM has won 17 out of 20 NA seats in Karachi and wants to keep its hold. ANP has for the first time won two provincial seats in Pakhtun dominated areas and wants to consolidate gains. Lyari Town with its Baloch population is a stronghold of PPP. Migration from Swat/Fata to Karachi is a cause of concern for the dominant ethnic group in Karachi. MQM is trying to expand its influence in Rehmanabad, Junejo Town, Khuda ki Basti, Gutter Bagheecha etc in non-Urdu speaking population by bringing in new settlement of Urdu speaking people in these areas. This is creating resentment in Pakhtuns and Balochs who feel that they will lose their electoral strength due to change in demography. New settlements also attract land mafia which further complicates the situation.

    4. Eighty-three police officers involved in earlier operations against MQM have been eliminated in target killing which has adversely affected the morale of police force.

    5. Political parties, specially the MQM, has its militant wing which at times is tasked to create law and order situation for achieving political ends.

    6. Following proposals are formulated by the committee to address the situation in Karachi:

    a) Conference of all stakeholders in Karachi to work out code of ethics for mutual co-existence.

    b) Formation of peace committee at provincial/zonal level headed by senior officers for identifying trouble spots in the respective areas and to address the issue before it flares up. Committees can be expanded to police station level.

    c) Merit-based policing with institutional arrangements to insulate police from extraneous influence and its capacity building.

    d) Media may be involved to highlight the suffering of families of the victims of target killing and to expose the elements involved in it.

    e) Strict ban on conversion of amenity plots for residential purposes and removal of all illegal encroachments.

    f) Registration of aliens.

    g) De-weaponisation of Karachi.

    While the MQM was singled out in the report for having militant wings which were used at times, Dr Farooq Sattar vehemently denied it.

    When asked by The News as to why the representatives of these agencies had highlighted the MQM’s involvement in target killing more than land mafia, Farooq Sattar said it could be an effort to distract attention from the land mafia.

    He said the MQM has lost 140 workers in target killings in the space of one year. He said the Sindh chief minister has formed a law and order committee with representatives of all ethnic groups as its members. The committee would jointly work with anti-encroachment cell and meet every fortnightly to review the situation.

    Another MQM leader, who requested not to be named, termed the allegations against the party in the report as totally baseless and having no link with reality. He said efforts to blackmail MQM were made in every period. The successive governments, however, made alliances with the MQM that proved that the party had no role in killings, he asserted.

    Posted 5 years ago on 21 Aug 2010 17:26 #
  8. Anwer Kamal

    Who is behind MQM. You all know.

    Posted 5 years ago on 21 Aug 2010 17:56 #
  9. Hussain Farooqui

    Most of the policemen during Karachi operation demonstrated utmost cruelty over the innocent people too. All the human rights organizations of the world in those days reported excesses by the police. ASI Bahadur Ali was nicknamed as 'Cheera'. In his torturing tactics, he often spread the legs of youngsters widely and made them sexually unfit. He was thus nicknamed as Cheera. He first killed the innocent brother of Faheem Commando. The brother of Faheem commando had nothing to do with the activities of his brother. In retaliation, Faheem Commando then killed Cheera in a brutal manner. One of the victims of Cheera later exploded his grave.

    Cheera was so dear to Benazir that she ordered immediate arrest of Faheem Commando. Faheem Commando was arrested and then killed. Before being killed, he was blinded by torturing technique and then thrown down from a building. He was then riddled with bullets also.

    Posted 5 years ago on 22 Aug 2010 5:21 #
  10. zingaro

    HF ... thanks for writing the notes from history. But remember there is a quote

    " You can fool some people for a long time,
    You can fool many people for a short time,
    But you can not fool all people for a long time".

    Now put the history of MQM in front of the nation. Ask anyone except the MQM workers, about the image and reality of MQM. Do I need to mention the answer?

    HF ... a bad act can not be justified with another bad act. If some people did bad to urdu speaking community it does not grant a license to MQM to kill others. I advocate Justice, otherwise today MQM is in power and doing what they want. Tomorrow if someone else comes, then they will do whatever they want. Here MQM workers spend a lot of time defending their party acts in this or that way. But can we cheat ourselves, Can we cheat to our Allah? Even those workers also know themselves that what is the reality of their party. Arguing for political point scoring can be a job or fun for some people, but refusal of truth is like deceiving own selves.

    Posted 5 years ago on 22 Aug 2010 8:37 #
  11. barackosama

    MQM should continue killing police officers and extend it's operation zone to let's say .. Sialkot.

    Posted 5 years ago on 22 Aug 2010 20:01 #
  12. Imran Qadri


    Nice and emotional story, you forgot to mention that these MQMized unit terrorist (Faheem Commando,Rehan Kana,Farooq Dada,Jawaid Langra etc) had been drilling holes in the bodies victims they used to torture,cigarette burns were inflicted on them and after thoroughly torturing them they used to dump them in jute bags(bori bund lash). They were notorious and infamous even among common muhajirs in the localities they had infested.

    Posted 5 years ago on 22 Aug 2010 20:28 #
  13. quaidkamazaar

    beautifull.... those that took part in the operation deserve it.

    Posted 5 years ago on 23 Aug 2010 4:25 #
  14. Hussain Farooqui

    Zingaro & Doctor

    Definitely, there were criminal activists among MQM workers who deserved to be tackled with iron hands. However, no civilized person can appreciate the extra judicial killings committed by the police in those days. Extra judicial killings were reported by all the international human rights organizations. I agree with you that ****-for-**** series by MQM is not any healthy thing to our society. The policemen responsible for committing excesses should be tried through legal procedures. The main culprit Naseerullah Baber should also brought to justice through legal procedure.

    Posted 5 years ago on 23 Aug 2010 4:45 #
  15. salaudin

    You keep on repeating that "extra judicial killings were reported by all the international human rights organizations" but why do you fail to mention/add that international human rights organization also blame MQM-A(ltaf) for terrorism ?
    There are reports that some of the policemen that are targeted by MQM are the ones who simply took part in the crack-down against MQM and are not involved in extra judicial killings.

    Posted 5 years ago on 23 Aug 2010 5:44 #
  16. quaidkamazaar

    how could any of you even think of a punjabi army invading Karachi and expect Karachites to sit quiet in return.

    The result of extermination was and will always be:


    do not expect bed of roses from MQM... the MQM will not back down in such an event. the MQM chooses to retain its right to self-defense... just like the Bangalis had when their women were being raped by the invaders.

    Posted 5 years ago on 23 Aug 2010 6:05 #
  17. siddiqi73


    Don't worry bro; we all know that the MQM is the creation of the same Punjabi army/agencies and will forever remain their most trusted and favored ally in Karachi.

    I would appreciate if you would cut the crap and nonsense about Bengali women being raped by invaders, which you are covertly insinuating was Pakistan army. This bull has been spread around for ages and was sheer propaganda launched by the Indians. The Bengalis and Mukhti Bahini themselves wrecked havoc on West Pakistanis especially Punjabi and pathans living in East Pakistan in those days and killed scores of them including children and raping their women. Don't potray MQM as a freedom fighting outfit struggling for right of self determination.

    Posted 5 years ago on 23 Aug 2010 11:59 #
  18. yespakistanonly

    Altaf mafia killed again one phatan, so sindhi can not come in Karachi...Sindhi are suffering from flood but MQM does not want they cpme. SInghi MPAs are silent

    Posted 5 years ago on 23 Aug 2010 13:46 #
  19. Hussain Farooqui


    Something done wrong by MQM can be reckoned as an act of criminals, but what about the extra judicial killings done by the policemen? Is any govt. supposed to carry out illegal activities against criminals? Any killings done by any political orgnizations are shameful, but more shameful are the act of the govt. to commit extra judicial killings and other inhuman acts. Don't be a racist biased person like Imran Khan. Think in terms of human values.

    Posted 5 years ago on 23 Aug 2010 15:42 #
  20. asif86

    No one has prevented them(sindhis) from entering karachi.
    Many sindhis affected by floods have come to karachi.
    The CDGK has made arrangments for them in camps located in gadap.keamari,lyari,gulshan-iqbal etc.
    Sindhi nationalists parties active in karachi have also opened camps in many areas to welcome them.

    Posted 5 years ago on 23 Aug 2010 16:40 #
  21. GOOGLE

    @Hussain Farooqui

    No sensible person can support extra judicial killings. If MQM wanted they could have prosecuted the officials during Mush govt. or put pressure on current govt (in same way when Gilani announce partition of Hyderabad and next day the decision was reversed on MQM pressure).

    You are comparing Imran criticism of MQM and MQM leadership to the criticism of Israel which Neo cons consider antisemitism.

    Posted 5 years ago on 23 Aug 2010 17:00 #
  22. Dusky

    This is what happens when in a society law enforcers become the biggest outlaws. Either police officers suspect of fake encounters or people killed in fake encounters by these police officers should have been brought to the justice system for a fair trial. Had situations like this had been address in a rightful manner, we would not have seen what happen in Sailkot, outcome of a lawless society.

    Posted 5 years ago on 23 Aug 2010 17:59 #
  23. Imran Qadri

    The ground realities remain the same like they were back in 90s,if MQM's absconding criminal leadership through its unit and sector terrorists(Shabbir alias Dhobi, Taqi Butt alias Mamu, Nadim, Asif alias Chitta) is still planning,orchestrating and executing such assassinations in Karachi then its quite apparent that their criminal network is still active and needs to be aggressively and forcefully dismantled and obliterated . MQM with almost 10 years of continuously staying in power had time and chance to mend its ways and disown and renounce terrorist tactics that had been its hallmark ever since its inception, but it seems quite obvious that MQM isn't interested in shedding it criminal mafia image at all. So naturally it should be dealt with just like criminal mafias are handled,i.e. eliminating and annihilating criminals among their ranks..

    Posted 5 years ago on 23 Aug 2010 21:05 #
  24. Imran Qadri


    MQM will take take up arms against Army while it has in past(and now once again) is willing(desperately requesting) to go to bed with the same army?

    Did Altaf bai do the same thing with his wife?

    Posted 5 years ago on 24 Aug 2010 4:12 #
  25. quaidkamazaar

    no.... we are talking about IFFFF there is an initiative by army to take operation..

    this IF will not happen though, Army Generals and MQM are in good relation.

    Altaf Bhai said "honest Generals"... not just any generals. and indeed there are honest Generals who can fix the country before it breaks anyways. there are honest generals who can work to change the system... nothing can be expected from politicians though.

    Posted 5 years ago on 24 Aug 2010 4:21 #
  26. siddiqi73


    Lol at "Honest Generals!" Only Altaf the Supremo can shed some light on this breed of Khaki officers. If nothing can be expected from politicians, then what the heck are MQM's 27 MNA's and close to 50 MPA's doing? They ought to resign from the Parliament forthwith and pave the way for a revolution.

    Posted 5 years ago on 24 Aug 2010 6:09 #
  27. GOOGLE

    Wowwwwwwww Honest General LOL. like Musharraf ? LOL. How an ARMY general can buy a flat in London? MQM were the biggest supporter of Musharraf. Killed many innocent people on 12 May to stop CJ.
    MQM has supported all those who ruled, either corrupt feudals or corrupt generals, from 1986 till now.

    Posted 5 years ago on 24 Aug 2010 6:25 #
  28. siddiqi73

    Hitherto, MQM's political modus operandi can be best described as "Running with the hares and hunting with the hounds."

    Posted 5 years ago on 24 Aug 2010 6:46 #
  29. salaudin

    Why don't you read my post again. Did I justify or support the extra judicial killings ???
    I am of mahajir background and was born in Karachi. How can I be biased and racist against my own type ?
    This is the reason why people like you are considered MQM propagandists.

    Posted 5 years ago on 24 Aug 2010 7:15 #
  30. Hussain Farooqui


    Both what was done by the police and then what MQM is doing are not commendable things. No civilized society can approve either of the two. i dislike all the political parties including MQM. None is my ideal party. However, when I find all for one and just one for all, then I feel like showing both sides of the picture.

    Posted 5 years ago on 24 Aug 2010 8:22 #
  31. salaudin

    HF said "....showing both sides of the picture."
    Would you mind providing the evidence that Imran is "racist biased" against the residents of Karachi ? Which side of the picture does this statement point to ? A lot of the pkpolitics members would be waiting for the evidence.

    BTW, do you know that if you were to enter NineZero, Altaf-kay-nokarz point the gun at you, LOAD it and then ask you to provide them the details of the visit (i.e. why, where, when returning)? kiya NineZero ka ilaqa Altaf kay baap ki jageer ha jo uska mahasra kiya hua ha ? You sure wouldn't mention that here.

    Posted 5 years ago on 24 Aug 2010 16:24 #
  32. barackosama

    acha .. Mardan house, Bilawal House, Ch. Zahoor Ilahi house aur Raiwind main tu sab Pakistani apne bapo ke bagair ja sakte hain .. kia waha guard nahi hote?

    Posted 5 years ago on 24 Aug 2010 16:36 #
  33. quaidkamazaar

    well... for a start,

    Imran Khan always hated Miandad and kept kicking Karachites out of the team... next, he called Babar Ghauri a baboon/monkey with clear racist inclination.

    but atleast Imran Khan is not corrupt... Ill salute him but its hard to ignore his bias.

    Posted 5 years ago on 24 Aug 2010 16:36 #
  34. quaidkamazaar


    MQM resigning from parliament will take Pakistan away even farther from a revolution. the voice of the ordinary Pakistani is MQM....

    people dont care what form of governance there is, what they want is their basic neccessities.

    Posted 5 years ago on 24 Aug 2010 16:37 #
  35. rehanahd

    Quaid ka mazar:)

    VOice only in karachi, hyderabad and sukkur... where mafia has roots and control... nothing else...

    Check the period of rule of MQM in last two decades... they eat haleem with jageerdars and enjoy all powers but they **** in the same tray whenever they have conflict of interst... today target killing is conflict bcoz MQM is sensing of another operation in near future due itss own death squad black deeds......

    Look when US rep Brian hunt meet him, this invitation to army has been extended and same brian hunt has been appointed in pakistan... think u will find from where lines of dictation are coming to MQM...

    Mafia rules under Uncle SAM:)

    Posted 5 years ago on 24 Aug 2010 16:44 #
  36. quaidkamazaar

    no mate, today target killing is because of the real mafia that hides in mountains... which is a nogo area where even rangers cannot step into. please dont try to hide from the real issue behind the illusions.

    And this Brian Hunt guy... he can say whatever the hell he wants... each and every decision of MQM is made by Altaf Bhai along with the Rabita Committee.

    If MQM really had to take dictation from Uncle Sam,
    *Mustafa Kamal would not go into RIce University, Harvard, Columbia and say "stop drone bombings" to the elite of the US
    *MQM would not take stand against KerryLugarBill

    Posted 5 years ago on 24 Aug 2010 16:50 #
  37. rehanahd


    U really dont know the reality or you dont want to ponder on realities... dont think n analyze...just believe in mafia lords... Mafia will rule.......

    When such ignorants r available to mafia.. then what to expect the change...

    Posted 5 years ago on 24 Aug 2010 18:09 #
  38. expakistani

    "Criminal mafia MQM Altaf continues murdering senior police officials in Karachi"

    Choron ko par gaey moor..... if Sr Police officials were efficient enough tu aaj Karachi main ko mafia strong nhi hoti...

    Posted 5 years ago on 24 Aug 2010 18:17 #
  39. Imran Qadri

    here are honest Generals who can fix the country before it breaks anyways. there are honest generals who can work to change the system... nothing can be expected from politicians though.

    If Generals are the only saviour left then obviously Altaf and his kind have utterly and miserably failed as you have your self pointed out that politicians are hopeless. So don't you think Altaf should step down and his butt should be whipped by "honest patriotic" general for being a complete failure?

    Posted 5 years ago on 24 Aug 2010 22:02 #
  40. Not Possible

    An "expakistani" has nor tight to make up lies about Pakistanis. Sahram karo munfaiq hate monger, Ramdan mein bhi jhount say baaz nahin aou ****?

    Posted 5 years ago on 25 Aug 2010 2:06 #
  41. Not Possible

    PNM-N and PPP continue to kill and drain the people of Pakistan like blood sucking vampires

    Posted 5 years ago on 25 Aug 2010 2:14 #
  42. salaudin

    You missed the point. NineZero is an area, not Altaf's private property. The besieged area includes roads, public properties etc(unlike Nawaz's residence in Lahore which is his private property. I haven't seen his Raiwind's place so cannot comment on that).
    Secondly, agar Altaf itna hi bura-bhala kehta ha in jagirdaroon ko to unka jaisa kun ha ???
    Thirdly, if you get close to Nawaz's residence, their guards do not point gun at you let alone loading it while pointing it.
    Do you see the difference ???

    Posted 5 years ago on 25 Aug 2010 18:35 #
  43. rehanahd


    Nawaz Sharif mafia don nahee :) Nine Zero Don HQ hai:))))

    Posted 5 years ago on 25 Aug 2010 19:26 #
  44. Imran Qadri


    Nine Zero Azizabad is criminal Headquarter of mafia gang MQM Altaf,they plan,orchestrate & engineer massacres and terrorist activities which are then executed & carried out through their criminal network of unit and sector terror cells spread across karachi.

    They regularly send death threats(hit lists),bullet filled envelopes and other intimidating material from NineZero, In past they had torture cells in NineZero as well but now i am sure they are not dumb to have such a incriminating evidence of their terrorism right there in their headquarter.

    Those gun touting guys that you might have come across are 'community police' workers,MQM to cover its crimes and legitimize its terror activities have formed this organization, they have been given mobiles(on the pattern of police mobiles) and most of them are used by MQM's senior leaders for escort duties.Officially they don't have mandate to carry arms,but being an MQM subsidiary,it flouts rules and is armed to the teeth. In pathan areas MQM's unit terrorist use these community police mobiles(similar to regular police mobiles) as guise to carry out terrorist activities . They have been used to encroach hundreds of acres of amenity plots/lands around karachi,most people don't raise any objection thinking that law enforcement agency is involved,but if any one objects then he is threatened and intimidated .

    Posted 5 years ago on 25 Aug 2010 20:48 #
  45. barackosama


    So how far off Nine zero they start pointing guns, 80, 100? Have you been to Azizabad? You said you haven't been to Nawaz's place yet you know they don't point.

    Altaf Hussain ka tu bhai per gaya, nephew mar gaya, kis jagirdar ka koin mara? Altaf Hussain ki kitne zameen selab main ayee? Please help me put Altaf in the perspective of a jagirdar?

    Posted 5 years ago on 25 Aug 2010 20:54 #
  46. barackosama

    Altaf Hussain ki rooh roz raat ko nine zero uter ti hai, apne HQ. Plus it is good to know how people pee in their pants from the place where he lived like 20 years ago.

    50 50 koss door Gaon main raat ko jab bacha rota hai tu man kehti hai, puttar su ja warna Altaf Hussain ajyega!

    P.S. That was gabbar singh in sholay in case you didn't catch.

    Posted 5 years ago on 25 Aug 2010 20:58 #
  47. Hussain Farooqui

    Extra judicial killings and excesses done by the police and then the kickbacks of the same reflect disorders and indiscipline of our society.

    Posted 5 years ago on 26 Aug 2010 5:17 #
  48. Altaf has to be accountable .
    uskay warrants nikal janay chahien .
    ussko interpol se pakwana chahiye .
    zalim ,khooni darandi .
    lakhon Karachi kay beton ka qatil .

    Posted 5 years ago on 26 Aug 2010 5:19 #
  49. quaidkamazaar

    hahaha its so funny when i read some comments here regarding nine zero. the amount of exagerrations are beyond comprehension.

    just grow up. none of that **** is true. people dont point guns at you like that.

    Posted 5 years ago on 26 Aug 2010 5:20 #
  50. Nine Zero mein tou har waqat Namaz ada ki jati hay .
    aur Rahim ,insaniyat , neeki ka dars diya jata hay .
    hay na !!!!!
    Altaf kay 900 poray ho gaye yah nahi >???:):):)

    Posted 5 years ago on 26 Aug 2010 5:22 #
  51. quaidkamazaar

    hahaha not really,,, ab itney namaazi bhi nahin hain :)))

    Posted 5 years ago on 26 Aug 2010 6:09 #
  52. siddiqi73


    Bhai, ab maza nahee aa raha, tumharay leaderaan nay khamkhawa ka punga lay liya hai aur ab in kee samajh nahee aa raha kay kahan khadda khudain aur us mein chup jain.

    Posted 5 years ago on 26 Aug 2010 6:23 #
  53. quaid ka mazar bhai ,
    mein ne khud dekha hay 90 pe har waqat rohein safaid safaid kapron mein utar-ti charhti rehti hain .
    aur mast qalandar type log hama waqat wahan haq hoo kartay hain ..hathon mein pata nahi kiya hota hay pistol jaisa ...
    mujhay sahi pata nahi ....bacha hoon na abhi .
    mein ne kabhi pistol dekhi nahi saway movie kay ..:):):)

    Posted 5 years ago on 26 Aug 2010 6:38 #
  54. siddiqi73


    Karachi aa jao, 90 kee chadee khilwaon ga aur tum wahan jitnee dair chaho guns aur pistols kay saath khailna!

    Posted 5 years ago on 26 Aug 2010 7:45 #
  55. @siddiqi bhai ,
    mein tou rehta hi Karachi mein hoon .
    tabhi tou ins and outs maloom hain MQM kay saray ..
    he he he
    guns se khailna MQM ko hi mubarak .
    mein tou acha bacha hoon.:):):)

    Posted 5 years ago on 26 Aug 2010 7:47 #
  56. siddiqi73


    Yaar tum meray shahir kay ho aur mujh ko patta bhee nahee!

    Posted 5 years ago on 26 Aug 2010 8:02 #
  57. he he he
    yahi tou cyber world ka kamal bhi hay aur tragedy bhi .
    ho sakta hay mein aapka neighbour bhi hoon .
    magar u know me only by this forum 's posts .

    Posted 5 years ago on 26 Aug 2010 8:53 #
  58. salaudin

    Next time I visit KHI, and my relatives in Azizabad, I should take you with me for you to witness those Altaf-kay-nokarz pointing gun at anyone getting close to that area.
    BTW how many times have you been to NoneZero area ???

    I have been to Azizabad many times so I have witnessed all that myself many times.
    I haven't seen Nawaz's Raiwind residence but I have seen his Lahore residence. Secondly, as mentioned before, it is Nawaz's private property. Do you know the difference between public and private properties ?
    ( just to clarify, I am not a NOONer. Nawaz is only being used as a comparison)

    Posted 5 years ago on 26 Aug 2010 9:17 #
  59. @Salaudin bhai ,
    aap sahi kehtay hain .
    waahan No Go area ban gaya hay .
    aur aap Kaka Bawani se aagye ja hi nahi saktay .

    Posted 5 years ago on 26 Aug 2010 9:21 #
  60. barackosama


    From what address on the street on both sides Nine Zero becomes a fortress?

    Are you cool with the American consulate area?

    How do guards deal with people closing on Bilawal House and Mardan House in Karachi?

    (possible answer: who cares about Bilalwal and Mardan houses, not my concern, it is Altaf whose guts I hate)

    Also try to work out his DNA and post results here, you might just find alotta surprises there and thus your contempt of him would be more substantiated.

    Posted 5 years ago on 26 Aug 2010 10:56 #

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