I will not rest until the hanging of Altaf Hussain: Zulfiqar Mirza
KARACHI: Former home minister Zulfiqar Mirza’s request for security was approved by Sindh High Court on Tuesday.
Talking to media outside Sindh High Court, Zulfirqar Mirza said “my wife, Fehmida Mirza, and I have face serious threats to our lives but our security was taken back.”
He said Waseem Akhtar was the former home minister and as many as 20 to 25 police personnel are still performing his security duties.
At least 250 police personnel are appointed on Faryal Talpur’s security, he said.
Talking about Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) he said that party was hostage by thieves and plunders.
Mirza further said he will not rest until the hanging of Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) chief Altaf Hussain.
Mirza alleged that Anwar Majeed is the leader of land mafia.