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Altaf, Asfand, Zardari discuss election situation

LAHORE (Web Desk) – MQM Chief Altaf Hussain and ANP President Asfandyar Wali have discussed political situation in the context of upcoming elections in the country on telephone.
Altaf Hussain expressed concern over the wave of terrorism against liberal parties and discussed future strategy with ANP chief.

MQM chief also called President Asif Zardari to discuss the wave of terror attacks on the offices of PPP, ANP and MQM.
Many workers of the three parties have been killed during the past few days in series of attacks on rallies and election offices of these three parties.
Altaf Hussain earlier said that the upcoming elections would become controversial if all the parties were not given a level-playing field.


Altaf Hussain on Sunday telephoned the President of Awami National Party (ANP) Asfandyar Wali Khan and President Asif Ali Zardari, and discussed the overall political situation in the country.
They exchanged views on overall political, and law and order situation in the country ahead of general elections.
They expressed their grave concern over terrorist attacks on ANP and MQM offices. They expressed their resolve to launch a joint struggle against terrorism.
The ANP, MQM leaders and President Zardari said that the acts of terrorism were rising disproportionately in the three provinces of Pakistan spreading fear and panic as compared to Punjab.
“Whether only Punjab is Pakistan as it is the only province where electioneering was being carried out freely while the worst kind of terrorism was continuing in the remaining three provinces of the country,” they added.
They strongly condemned act of terrorism on the ANP, PPP and MQM and asked all the liberal parties to join hands against the terrorists.

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