Imran demands judicial probe into Kamal’s allegations

PESHAWAR: Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan on Saturday demanded the government to constitute a judicial commission to probe allegations leveled against the chief of Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) by former Karachi mayor, Mustafa Kamal, ARY News reported.

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Speaking at a press conference here, he referred to Kamal’s allegations saying that the same man, who was once termed as the successor of the MQM supremo, has blurted out the truth.

Khan reminded that he was the first Pakistani to call the MQM chief a ‘terrorist’ and seven years on today a man from within the party has exposed its chief.

He said that once during a visit to India he saw posters of the MQM chief pasted on walls and, when inquired, an Indian scribe told him that the posters were affixed upon directives by the Indian spy agency RAW.

The PTI chairman claimed that when he filed a case against the party (MQM) in 2007 then the Scotland Yard was ready to send its team of investigators to Pakistan, but the then government here did not permit it.

Imran Khan demanded government to constitute a judicial commission to probe Kamal’s allegations.



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