Trouble in the UK: Helpless Altaf Hussain Seeks Indian Asylum
During his speech in 2016, Altaf Hussain had called Pakistan “cancer for the entire world.”
After getting into trouble in the UK, Mutahida Quami Movement (MQM) chief Altaf Hussain has turned towards India for help. His trial in England is all set to commence in June next year.
In a video, MQM Chief has requested the Indian Prime Minister Narender Modi to grant him asylum in his country. Altaf Hussain, in the video, stated that he along with his colleagues will travel to India because his grandfathers are buried there.
“I’m a peaceful person. I promise that I will not interfere in any kind of politics but please allow me along with my colleagues to live in India,” Altaf Hussain requested the Indian government.
Altaf Hussain asks Modi for help – seeking asylum in India pic.twitter.com/i3xmEHs6Xk
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Last month, the Mutahida Quami Movement chief was formally charged by a court in London for inciting violence among the people in one of his speeches back in 2016. During his speech in 2016, Altaf Hussain had called Pakistan “cancer for the entire world.”
Following his speech, a local television news channel’s office was attacked by his supporters. Altaf Hussain could be facing a jail term up to 15 years if he is not cleared of all the charges against him.