“The Dhaka Fall” Should be Viewed in the Retrospect of a Specific Mentality; the Feudal Mentality

The Denial of Rights is the Basic Philosophy of this Mentality: MQM USA

Communication & Media Cell, MQM USA; Los Angeles; December 16, 2010: “The Dhaka Fall” should be viewed in the retrospect of the feudal mentality that was solely responsible for the one of the ugliest split in the history. This has been said in a statement issued by MQM USA today while remembering the painful incident of dissociation of Pakistan into two countries on this day in 1971. The Central Organizer Kamal Zafar and the members of the Central Organizing Committee MQM USA were bitter with the remembrance of the incident and said that the feudalism, the feudal mentality, and the troika of feudal lords, so-called religious leaders, and corrupt bureaucracy did not let the integrity of the country remain intact for even 25 years and the country that came into being after the sacrifice of the lives of hundreds of thousands of people dissociated in a mere period of 24 years. They added that the basic philosophy of the feudalism and the feudal mentality rests in the denial of rights. The office-bearers of MQM USA said that the denial of rights is the extreme injustice that percolates into the mesh of the society and chews down its fabric and makes the nations and countries unstable. They also said that the said split will remain a stigma on the forehead of the nation forever, and the nation has to bear and reap the consequences of few incapables who had been at the core of the affairs from the inception of the country. They also said that the remaining Pakistan can only be saved with the magic in the “Empowerment for All” that has been prescribed by the leader of MQM Mr. Altaf Hussain. They further said that the politics of MQM is in the service of Pakistan and its people and the workers of MQM, under the leadership and guidance of their leader Mr. Altaf Hussain will strive at their best to save the remaining part of Pakistan.