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Ali Raza Abidi

Abidi’s father demands return of son’s car

KARACHI: The father of former Muttahida Qaumi Movement-Pakistan (MQM-P) leader Ali Raza Abidi on Wednesday approached the administrative judge of the anti-terrorism courts seeking to return his son’s vehicle which is in police custody since his murder, ARY News reported. The administrative judge assigned the application to the ATC-II for hearing. After conducting preliminary hearing, the ATC judge issued a notice to the investigation officer to submit his reply by Jan 19. Former MQM-P MNA Ali Raza Abidi was gunned down…

Amir Khan appears before JIT of Ali Raza Abidi murder case

KARACHI: Senior leader of Muttahida Qaumi Movement-Pakistan (MQM-P) Amir Khan on Saturday appeared before the Joint Interrogation Team (JIT) probing the murder of former member National Assembly Ali Raza Abidi murder case.  He was summoned by the JIT at the South Zone Investigation Office here today, to record his statement in the high profile assassination case. The MQM-P leader avoided to address the media and left the South Zone Investigation Office without answering their queries into the matter. “After Amir…

Farooq Sattar sees conspiracy behind Ali Raza Abidi murder

KARACHI: Former Muttahida Qaumi Movement-Pakistan (MQM-P) convener Farooq Sattar said on Saturday that neither he has been made part of a probe into the Ali Raza Abidi murder case nor his statement was recorded in this regard. “We were summoned by investigators who asked for our cooperation in their investigation. We were questioned if we suspect anybody ,” he said while speaking to the media after appearing before an anti-terrorism court in cases pertaining to provocative remarks. Sattar was of the view that Abidi was…

Ali Raza Abidi murder: Security firm issued show-cause notice

KARACHI: Taking exception to provision of an untrained security guard for protection of slain former Muttahida Qaumi Movement-Pakistan (MQM-P) leader Ali Raza Abidi, the Sindh Home Department on Saturday issued a show-cause notice to the security company to explain its position. According to the notice, the firm’s security guard was present at the gate of Abidi’s residence when he was attacked by armed men. The guard’s duty was to provide security to the deceased but he failed to do so. The weapon provided to the guard…

CM Murad offers condolences with Ali Raza Abidi’s family

KARACHI: Chief Minister Sindh Murad Ali Shah on Friday, offered his condolences with the  family of slain former Muttahida Qaumi Movement-Pakistan (MQM-P) MNA, Syed Ali Raza Abidi. As per details, chief minister Sindh, offered his condolences with Abidi’s father, Ikhlaq Abidi and reassured him that his son's killer would be apprehended. CM Sindh Murad Ali Shah apprised him of the investigations of the case so far and that the key arrest was made from Karachi airport. “A major arrest had been made with regard to the…

‘Major suspect’ arrested in Ali Raza Abidi assassination case: sources

KARACHI: Police and intelligence agencies have arrested a major suspect in the murder case of former MNA Ali Raza Abidi from Karachi airport, sources told ARY News on Friday.  According to sources, police arrested a "top suspect" when he was trying to fly abroad from Karachi airport and have moved him to an undisclosed location. Moreover, the police, acting on the information provided by the two arrested suspects, have arrested three more people from different areas of the city. Sources added that police will announce…

MQM founder behind recent unrest in Karachi, says Vawda

RAWALPINDI: Federal Minister for Water Resources Faisal Vawda on Friday said that Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) founder and current MQM-London chief is behind the recent unrest in Karachi, ARY News reported.  Addressing media in Rawalpindi alongside Minister for Railways Sheikh Rasheed, the minister said that his analysis suggests that the recent unrest in Karachi and the killing of former MNA Ali Raza Abidi is directly linked to London based MQM founder and "some of his cronies". Faisal Vawda also said that some…