The riots that followed left one person dead and several wounded. Authorities deny the charge, saying they have targeted criminals and militants irrespective of political affiliations, and brought down crime rates considerably. But that ability has ebbed since , when the military launched a crackdown in which Altaf says hundreds of MQM members have been arrested and killed in extrajudicial operations. Hussain joked that the media had spread rumors that his foot had to be amputated, although he had hurt it on a nail. LONDON Reuters - His grip on the powerful Pakistani party he has run for decades under threat, maverick politician Altaf Hussain said from self-imposed exile that he was still in charge and foes within his party would be rejected by voters in a general election. The next day, Sattar and his allies pronounced the unthinkable: Hussain would no longer lead the party.
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