Zulfiqar Mirza Reached At Badin 10/19/2011
Former home minister of Sindh, Dr. Zulfiqar Mirza is busy in calling on the leaders of different political parties while his supporters are taking out rallies in various parts of Sindh.
Mirza has geared up his political activities again after resigning from the ministry and membership of the Sindh Assembly.
Earlier during last couple of days, he called on PML-F chief Pir Pagaro and many like-minded fellows of Pakistan People’s Party in Karachi.
He called on the chief of National People’s Party (NPP) Murtaza Jatoi at his residence this day and exchanged views on various issues including Karachi.
Many MPAs of PPP including Dr. Sikandar Shoro and Fayaz Butt were also present in the meeting.
Dr. Mirza said while talking to media after the meeting that many have become billionaires in the Nazim system and now those all are planning to earn trillions with blessings of the same system.
The NPP chief Murtaza Jatoi said on the occasion that he will never accept two systems and would only support a unified system of local bodies across the province while Karachi must be divided into five districts
All Sindh MPAs stand by Zulfiqar Mirza 10/16/2011
Zulfiqar Mirza is not alone and all MPAs of Sindh stand by him, said a prominent PPP leader on Tuesday.
PPP leader and MPA Nawab Taimoor Ali Talpur said during his meeting with Dr. Mirza at his (Mirza) residence in Karachi that if a case will be made against him, on the basis of People’s Aman Committee, it will be opposed by us.
"Mirza has neither asked us for resignations nor we have made any such offer," he said.
"We have personal friendship with him (Mirza) and our relations will remain intact."
Zulfiqar Mirza is not making any party or group and nor we support any, Talpur added.
Among those who called on the former Home Minister were Sindh Information Minister Sharjeel Memon, Excise Minister Mukesh Kumar Chawla, and MPA Nasrullah Baloch, Imdad Patasi, Jawed Shah, Imran Zafar and few more.
MQM planning to kill my son: Zulfiqar Mirza 10/16/2011
Former Sindh home minister Dr Zulfiqar Mirza said on Friday that President Asif Ali Zardari informed him of plots to kill his son, Hasnain Mirza, and himself in a telephonic conversation.
“President Asif Ali Zardari phoned me and said MQM is planning to kill my son Hasnain Mirza and Sindh local government minister Agha Siraj Durrani while federal Interior Minister Rehman Malik is hatching a conspiracy to kill me,” Mirza told a Sindh TV channel (KTN) on Friday.
Mirza said the president called him a day before he had addressed a press conference at the Karachi Press Club and was shocked to know that his own friends were planning to kill him.
“The president also asked me to avoid meeting these people,” he said.
The home minister went on to say that he would never consider rejoining the party until Rehman Malik was relinquished of his duties and the government broke their alliance with the MQM.