ISLAMABAD: : Criticising PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari's remarks against Altaf Hussain, MQM on Wednesday decided to quit alliance with PPP in Azad Kashmir.

"MQM has decided to quit as coalition partner of PPP's government in Azad Kashmir, and we will not change our decision," said MQM central leader Farooq Sattar while addressing a press conference.  "We have tolerated a number of times and it is impossible for us to be a coalition partner.   Bilawal is a child but his elders should teach him how to behave or talk," Sattar said, adding that PPP had always discriminatory attitude against MQM. Earlier, MQM announced parting ways with the Sindh government as well.