MQM plunging into opposition

With much manipulative news coming from Federal government Pakistan, Pakistani nationals face criticism all around the globe. Here comes the other one that is probably unfit for government this time which sounds Muttahida Qaumi Movement finally deciding to plunge into opposition with its recent move against Pakistan government.Muttahida Qaumi Movement Coordination Committee announced to sit on opposition benches in the Senate and the National Assembly on Sunday revealing increased petroleum prices and law order situation as the key factors of this move. The chief of MQM, Altaf Hussain said 98 percent of the people belonging to poor and middle class were the bulwark against threats to national security and integrity of the county. He made these comments while talking to office-bearers of various wings of the party who had gathered in the Multan Zonal Office of MQM to listen to him. There he insisted the removal of dynastic politics of a few families to save country from prevailing resonating conditions-well this was the overview that I wanted to make you familiar with…

Now owing to these configurations considered by Altaf Hussain, the outcast of Pakistan Government’s current status could be predicted as pulsating one as plunging into opposition would drive the recent government into collapsing situation due to which earlier election may be called upon that again are hazardous for present government as the disassociation of MQM from coalition government means they would get a right of casting no-confidence vote against Gilani government taking them to deep political crises.This rebellious bombshell by MQM is certainly thrown on government in account of petroleum price hike as transport fares and prices of other essential commodities would raise immensely throwing poor into pond of unbeatable inflation. Though Prime Minister Yousaf Raza Gilani is looking forward to Shahbaz Shareef to resolve the issue but the situation would be cured only by removing unessential price hikes from the hands of poor and middle class – Lubna Khalil