Kamal, holding a press conference on Thursday after his return from UAE nearly after two-and-a-half year, hurled accusations on Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) supremo, despite remaining affiliated with the party for a long time before his disappearance from the scene in August 2013.
Addressing the news men today, Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan said termed ‘verbosity’ to Kamal’s presser, adding that it was short of any evidences in support of his claims.
“A judicial commission cannot be set up on the basis of every press conference in country,” he ruled. “If Kamal or anyone else has got evidences then he should share them with us.”
The minister assured that as long as he is heading the Ministry of Interior, he won’t ‘let injustice be done to anyone including Muttahida’.
With regard t the investigations of Imran Farooq murder case; he expressed disappointment over proceedings in the United Kingdom (UK).
Khan said that we have spoken to the British government pertaining to the case, however if it did not advance there, then the trial will be held in Pakistan.