Altaf Hussain again
admitted to London hospital


LONDON: Days after Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) founder and leader Altaf Hussain was discharged from a London hospital for viral infection, he was again admitted to the hospital on Wednesday after he experienced difficulty in breathing.

MQM founder leader Altaf Hussain is being brought to home from Barnet hospital two days before, now has been shifted to hospital again.

MQM founder had difficulty in breathing since last evening (Wednesday) and has once again been taken to Barnet Hospital. “MQM founder Altaf Hussain has admitted to the hospital today after feeling unwell. May Allah Almighty give him prosperous health,” MQM-London leader Mustafa Azizabadi tweeted.

Altaf Hussain was discharged from Barnet hospital last week after a month-long treatment for viral infection. Hussain was admitted to the hospital on January 13. Later, he was treated in the intensive care unit (ICU) for one week and then shifted to the ward for recovery.

Meanwhile, before readmitting to hospital, Altaf Hussain said in a statement that operation against MQM was started in Pakistan in 1992 and it is unfortunately still going on unabated.

“Our thousands of companions have got martyred”, he added.