Pakistan

To make demands from Scotland Yard would be premature: Interior Ministry spokesperson

ISLAMABAD:Interior Ministry spokesperson revealed that no request had been made to hand over any suspect to Pakistan from abroad, in Imran Farooq murder case.

The spokesperson also stated further that suspects were being investigated and to make any sort of demands from Scotland Yard would be premature and meaningless.

The Interior Ministry spokesperson disclosed that the United Kingdom had also not made any request to hand over any suspect involved in the murder case.

Khalid Shamim and Mohsin Ali confessed their role in the murder before court and named the highly ranked members of MQM for their alleged involvement in the murder.

Accused Mohsin Ali in his statement said that on his arrival at London a man Akbar received him at airport. He informed the magistrate that he started recce of Dr Imran Farooq and also worked at a store during his stay in London.

He said his accomplice Kashif was ordered by the top leadership of the party to get rid of Farooq. He said that knives to kill Imran Farooq were bought from London’s One Pound Shop.

He said after hitting his head with a brick, they stabbed him in chest and abdomen. After the murder they threw the knives and rain coats on a street.

Mohsin Ali also said that he was offered to be adjusted at the London Secretariat of MQM.

Another suspect Khalid Shamim in his confessional statement said that MQM leader Mohammad Anwar sent him 25,000 pounds for the murder and it was all planned in Karachi. He also said that he talked to MQM chief Altaf Hussain once in his life over some party matters.

He said that he met Mohsin Ali at MQM headquarters at nine zero and made plan of the murder of Dr Imran Farooq.

He said the admission of Mohsin and Kashif was arranged at London Academy of Management Sciences.

Comments

comments

Copyright © 2016 ARYNEWS.tv

To Top