Highlights of Quaid-e-Tehrik Altaf Hussain's live -via- satellite Speech in North America on October 6, 2002.

  • This was the first telephonic speech held after the reorganization in America.
    15 units were connected to London via satellite, including Washington DC, New York, New Jersey, Los Angeles, Pittsburg, Boston, Atlanta, South Florida, Dallas, Houston, Philadelphia, Detroit, Chicago and Saint Louis. Toronto was also connected.
  • Deputy Convener Dr. Khalid Maqbool Siddiqui, Central Organizer USA Ibad Ur. Rehman and Central Organizer Canada Dr. Syed Ali have also spoken at the occasion.
  • There were hundreds of workers present to hear the speech besides a number of supporters and well-wishers at 15 stations.
  • Quaid-e-Tehrik has spoken for over half an hour. He congratulated MQM USA for launching www.mqmusa.com and for establishing satellite connected election cells at six main cities of the United States including Washington DC, Chicago, Los Angels, Miami, Houston and New York.
    Workers became highly charged when Quaid-e-Tehrik came on the line. There was a chain of slogans raised by 15 units one by one.
  • Quaid-e-Tehrik announced in clapping that the MQM would be able to form Government in Sindh subject to transparent and fair elections.
  • Quaid-e-Tehrik told workers that he was busy all day speaking all over the Sindh but since the loving and hard working workers of the MQM USA have requested to hear him, he could not say no.
  • Quaid-e-Tehrik also congratulated MQM USA on their efforts in writing letters to USA Congressmen and other NGO's regarding no-go areas and possible rigging in elections.
  • MQM United States has launched a nationwide campaign for election fund raising and also setup election cells in six major cities to provide public an up-to-the minute election update.
  • MQM's web site www.mqm.org, MQM Canada's web site www.mqmcanada.com and MQM United States' web site www.mqmusa.com will be providing election results throughout the day and night on October 10, 2002.

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