Mourning over killing in Karachi

The Muttahida Quami Movement (MQM) observed a day of mourning on Wednesday to convey grief over the killings of their party employees in Tuesday’s blast near Ayesha Manzil in Karachi. It should be pointed out here that the bomb exploded near a bus transporting MQM employees inside a crowded part of the city on Tuesday killing four or five people and wounding 50, police stated. The bomb appeared made an appearance to possess been planted in a motorbike. Earlier, a political rally was organized through the Muttahida and Tahir-ul-Qadri’s Tehreek-e-Minhaj-ul-Quran at Jinnah Ground, Aziazabad, regarding the january 14 long march. Based on an argument, MQM Chief Altaf Hussain endorsed your decision through the party’s co-ordination committee which stated all organizational activities from the party through the country would remain suspended on Wednesday and fateha could be offered for that deceased. The co-ordination committee managed to get obvious that business activities would continue and trains and buses would run as always. Shops and business centers would also remain open. Hussain introduced two lac  rupees for every martyred worker and directed the co-ordination committee and also the medical aid committee from the MQM to supply full help to the injured.