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Hindu MQM [Year by Year detail of Barbaric Crimes of Hindu MQM]

Hindu MQM [Year by Year detail of Barbaric Crimes of Hindu MQM]

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Hindu MQM
 Year by Year detail of Barbaric Crimes of Hindu MQM
 Jamshaid Zubairee
Hindu MQM came into being on March 18, 1984 from (APMSO) - ”All PakistanMohajir Students Organisation”, but politically it got activated in 1986.
And from that year politics and history of Karachi took a bloody turn. The year wise details about the regime of terror which started in 1986, and about the storyof horror, and blood and tears which still continues unfortunately, and also of thewicked leader “Quaid-e-Tahreek” of the same party who changed thousand facesall these years, and of the handful of elements who for their own interests usedcheap tactics and created disturbance and violence in Karachi, and of somebigots, liars and traitors who used Mohajir community of Karachi as a pressuregroup to fulfill their ill goals all these years are as follows :
Hindu MQM’s first-ever public meeting at Karachi’s Nishtar park on August 8,1986, was marked by heavy aerial firing from the; pistols and rifles which theparty activists were carrying on them. On that day, windowpanes of a trafficpolice kiosk opposite Quaid-e-Azam’ s mausoleum were broken, and stones werepelted on petrol pump near Gurumandir. Addressing the rally, Altaf Hussain said:“Karachi is no more mini-Pakistan. We will accept help no matter where it comesfrom, from east or west, north or south” (dailies Jang, Jasarat and other newspapers of August 9, 1986).
Two months later, on October 25, 1986, while addressing a press conference atHyderabad Press Club, Altaf Hussain told the Mohajir youth to “collect arms. If our rights are not given to us, we will use every kind of force”. On October 31,while addressing a public meeting at Hyderabad’s Pakka Qila, he said: “At firstwe fought for freedom. Now that we have freedom, we are searching for acountry” (daily Amn, Nov 1, 1986). Riots broke out in Karachi the same evening.Twelve persons were killed, 25 wagons, autorickshaws and motorbikes were seton fire, and four houses and eight shops were torched.
Riots spread to Hyderabad where seven persons were shot dead in two days.Curfew was clamped in both cities to contain violence, and Altaf Hussainalongwith ten others was arrested by he police on November 2 for attempt tomurder and rioting. Nine other Hindu MQM activists were also taken into custodyand firearms recovered from their possession, whereas 63 persons from other parties to the rioting were arrested from Sohrab Goth area. On November 3, tenpersons were killed in hand-grenade attacks in Orangi Town area while six othersdied in street trouble, brining the week’s death toll in Karachi to 52.
On November 18, armed Hindu MQM activists fired in the air to disrupt a cricketmatch in Hyderabad’s Niaz Stadium. On November 21, at the end of a one-daycricket match between Pakistan and West Indies, armed Hindu MQM activistsblocked all roads leading to Karachi’s National Stadium. 30 persons receivedbullet wounds in indiscriminate firing in the Liaquatabad. Teen Hatti, Gulbahar,Orangi, Sabzi Mandi, Nazimabad and other areas of the city. A bank was burnt inLiaquatabad, while a bus was put on fire on Shahrah-e-Quaideen. One November 22, three buses and an oil tanker were burnt in Landhi, while a branch of theNational Bank was ransacked and torched in Liaquatabad.

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