KARACHI - Jamaat-e-Islami (JI) chief and Senator Sirajul Haq has said that Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) has failed to provide justice to people of Karachi while politics of the city is held hostage which has converted the metropolis into Moen-jo-Daro.

He expressed these views while addressing an "Iftar party", organised by JI Karachi chapter in Metroville area, SITE Baldia here on Friday.

Commenting on BBC report, Sirajul Haq stated that the media had already revealed relations of MQM with enemy of the country in the past, but unfortunately, governments and other authorities could not take any action against MQM.

Senator Siraj said that the PPP and MQM have failed to provide relief to the people of Sindh adding that both parties are enjoying backing of establishment.

He demanded provincial government to accept its negligence towards death of innocent people due to heat stroke in Karachi.

He said that the JI leadership is determined to impose Islamic rules from Chitral to Karachi adding that the leadership has vowed to eliminate corruption, poverty, unemployment and tyrannous from the country.

He said that negligence of provincial government has unveiled in Sindh and particularly in Karachi adding that the people of Karachi are still facing water shortage and those who have ruled the city for last 30years have failed to ensure relief to the masses.

Speaking on the occasion, JI Karachi chief Hafiz Naeemur Rehman has said that rulers are not taking situation of Karachi seriously and is providing shelter to those who getting assistance from Indian spy agency RAW.

He reiterated that JI leadership will move to court against the criminal negligence of K-Electric; adding that the provincial and federal governments are equally responsible for the death of thousands of innocent people in Karachi due to scorching summer and prolonged load-shedding.

JI leader Abdur Razzaq Khan said that it is unfortunate that federal and provincial government have not yet taken any effective measures over the death of the people due to heat stroke in city.

Meanwhile, an anti-terrorism court (ATC) on Friday reserved verdict on a bail plea submitted by Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) leader Amir Khan till June 29. Counsel for the MQM leader, who has been charged with protecting and harbouring terrorists, argued that neither any evidence nor a witness has been presented against his client.

In response, the Rangers’ law officer informed the court that interrogation of the accused has not been completed yet. “The Rangers wrote a letter to Sindh government for Amir Khan’s judicial inquiry but no response has been received so far,” he stated. After hearing the arguments, the ATC judge reserved verdict on the MQM leader’s bail plea till June 29.