Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) London reacted strongly at the expulsion of MQM-Pakistan parliamentarian Ali Raza Abidi from the party ranks.
“Haqparast public and workers have no respect for people who have sold their conscience,” said a statement from London.
“The PIB group has no legal or moral standing,” the statement added in a direct at MQM-Pakistan’s office in PIB area.
Muttahida Qaumi Movement Pakistan ended basic membership of party leader Syed Ali Raza Abidi on Sunday.
Abidi has been directed to resign from the National Assembly as well.
MQM Pakistan said that the step was taken as Abidi did not follow policies taken August 23 onwards.
On August 23, MQM Pakistan had distanced itself from controversial anti-Pakistan statements made by the party leadership in London, with Deputy Convener Farooq Sattar taking control of the party leadership.
Sattar had said that future party decisions would be made by the MQM Rabita Committee in Pakistan.
On October 23, MQM Pakistan leadership Saturday expelled 11 members from the party fold, advising workers to not keep any contact with them.