Quaid e Tehreek Altaf Hussain's Decision Of Nominating Asif Zardari As President Of Pakistan Will Prove To Be A Historic Decision: MQM USA

 

United States of America, August 20, 2008: Nominating Pakistan People's Party's co-chairman Asif Ali Zardari as President of Pakistan by Quaid e Tehreek Altaf Hussain reflects the wisdom and responsibility in politics on the part of Quaid e Tehreek Altaf Hussain. This was said by The Central Organizer, Muttahida Quami Movement USA and the members of the Central Organizing Committee, MQM USA in a statement issued shortly after the leader of Muttahida Quami Movement Altaf Hussain nominated the co-chairman of Pakistan Peoples Part Mr. Asif Ali Zardari as nest President of Pakistan. They further said that the positive attitude of Quaid e Tehreek in politics, loudly reflected with his decision of nominating Mr. Asif Ali Zardari as President of Pakistan, is an example of responsibility in politics and shows how deeply MQM and Quaid e Tehreek Altaf Hussain are concerned with the welfare and solidarity of the people of Pakistan and Pakistan itself. The office-bearers of MQM USA further said that this decision also shows that MQM believes in democracy and federation. They said that Mr. Asif Ali Zardari represents federation and is the most appropriate candidate for a sensitive post like President of Pakistan. They said that Muttahida Quami Movement believes in the sacrifices of Pakistan Peoples Party and its workers and especially endorses Mr. Zardari's sacrifices when he was living his golden years behind bar and in exile. They also said that the nation is back on the track of democracy and the major credit goes to Ms. Benazir Bhutto who sacrificed her own life. The members of the Central Organizing Committee MQM USA added that MQM believes in democratic norms in politics and will always endorse and support democratic forces. They said that the decision of Quaid e Tehreek of nominating Mr. Zardari as President of Pakistan will prove to be a historic decision which could change the fate of Pakistan.