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MQM target killer confessed killing Azeem Tariq: Lucman

In the ARY News show ‘Khara Sach’, host Mubasher Lucman presented the confessional statement of another MQM target killer namely ‘Nadeem alias Naddu’ who was in welding business met a MQM member ‘Javed alias Langra’ and was sent to India for militancy training.

Naddu confessed that he received training for about three months in India. The training included bomb making, rescue and carrying out terrorist activities.

Moreover they were given anti-Pakistan literature and women for motivation towards their work.


Coming back from India, Nadeem remained an active MQM worker till 1991 and carried out a lot of terrorist activities under the supervision of an agent of Indian agency RAW namely Aziz-ur-Rehman.

Later he was made Incharge of MQM’s Korangi sector before becoming a part of party’s ‘Shurafa Committee’ (Committee of respectable people). Nadeem continued his dirty work during this time but was arrested on a tip off on his visit to Lahore for a terrorist activity.
Amongst his confessions of doing a number of killings, robberies and terrorist activities, Nadeem also admitted killing one of the founding members of party, Azeem Ahmed Tariq.


Lucman presented the official letter of the DIG police Sindh in which the cases registered against Nadeem included murder of Azeem Tariq.
In 1993, Nadeem received orders to kill own leader Azeem Tariq, one of the founding members of MQM

Nadeem along with Javed alias Jadu, Imam din alias Shafi, Taj Din alias Taju and Javed alias Langra went to the MQM MNA’s house. The security guards of Tariq were already told about the murder, so they all went upstairs and let the murderers do their bid.

Tariq came out in a track suit and sat in his car when the assailants opened fire on him. He died on the spot.
Nadeem also told the investigators about a special message from party chief Altaf Hussain in which Hussain praised his work and told him to kill PPP and Jeay Sindh (Sindhi nationalist) workers.

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