MQM London to protest before BBC HQ on Feb 2

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LONDON: The Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) on Saturday has announced to stage protest tomorrow before the central office of British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) in London, United Kingdom.

Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM)’s, the fourth largest elected political party of Pakistan, London branch called all British-based activists to gather before BBC’s office on February 2 (tomorrow).

The party will record their protests against the documentary released by the BBC based on revelatory content about murder of MQM’s prominent leader Imran Farooq.

Moreover, MQM would also submit a memorandum of the protest to the higher officials of BBC while the timings will be 12:00pm (local time) and 5:00pm (Pakistan time)

MQM had already announced that the documentary was slanderous and a part of baseless propaganda against a party which represents 98 per cent common and poor people of Pakistan.

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3 Responses to " MQM London to protest before BBC HQ on Feb 2 "

  1. Shah gee says:

    In my opinion documentary had truth, altaf hussain living in London from last 17 years and now raising questions that he has life threats. People are not fools, no one can raise any voice against mqm in pakistan. We should support BBC.

  2. Abbas says:

    Lets hope this rent a mob will be demonstrating peacefully otherwise they will face the full force of british justice, bearing in mind this is NOT pakistan.Sue the BBC if you have got the guts to do so otherwise like good little boys, wait and see what more surprises you may end up with!

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