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MQM strike call paralyzes Karachi

KARACHI: Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) strike call paralyzed metropolis on Thursday as public transports are very thin on the roads.

The people of city are facing problems in absence of the public transport in reaching their offices and other destinations.

The Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) had announced day of mourning in whole country and strike call in Sindh as a protest after a party worker Suhail Ahmed was found dead on Wednesday  in Mauripur area. Ahmed was MQM’s unit incharge of the Society neighbourhood.

Petrol pumps and CNG stations are close as the strike call was backed by the CNG and Petroleum Dealers Association and the Sindh Traders Association.

All businesses and commercial centres as well are close in wake of the strike. Educational institutes, schools, colleges and Universities are close.

The Karachi University also postponed its examinations scheduled for Thursday until further notice.

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