London- Doctors have successfully completed Muttahida Qaumi Movement leader Altaf Hussain’s angiography at London’s Wellington hospital. Altaf Hussain’s daughter, Afza, met her father at the hospital. His condition is said to be stable, doctors have suggested eight to ten hour rest to the MQM chief who was arrested by British police on Tuesday in a money laundering case. Doctors now have to decide the duration of Hussain’s stay in the hospital. MQM is observing Friday as ‘Yaum-e-Dua’ (Day of Prayer) for wellbeing and early recovery of its party leader.