After the Scotland Yard handed over evidence regarding former MQM leader Imran Farooq's murder to Pakistan, 4 days prior, law enforcement agencies of Pakistan will now probe former governor of Sindh, Ishratul Ibad in relation to the crime.
The interrogation of the MQM founder started at 10 pm on Tuesday night and continued for two hours
'Team waiting for 'green signal' from Interior ministry to fly to London.
LONDON: A British Pakistani woman has been appointed as the first ever Muslim on the position of a detective superintendent of the Scotland Yard. Shabnam Chaudhri, who moved to Britain with her parents from Karachi at the age of 2, has been appointed detective superintendent of the Metropolitan Police Service for her ‘outstanding contribution’ to the fight against hate crime and criminal gangs. According to UK Metropolitan website, she joined police in 1989 in London against the wishes of her parents who wanted her to…
LONDON: Charges likely to be framed against Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) founder and other party leaders in money laundering case hearing in London on Wednesday. The MQM founder and other party leaders Muhammad Anwar, Tariq Mir and Sarfraz Merchant are likely to be indicted under money laundering charges in a hearing at the Hammersmith Magistrates Court today. In case of the indictment the MQM leaders would have to submit their answer to the chargesheet in Crown Prosecution Court on October 25. The Scotland Yard had…
KARACHI: It was September 16, 2010, when one of the senior leaders and decision makers of the Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) was stabbed to death in broad daylight near his residence in London. Many fear it was a political murder, but who killed him and why? The investigation is still on.
LONDON: The Scotland Yard has confirmed that it is in contact with the government of Pakistan over the controversial speech of Mutahida Quami Movement (MQM) chief on 22nd August.
ISLAMABAD: The centre and the Sindh government decided to go after Pakistan powerful but absent politician in the United Kingdom, taking help from the British legal apparatus as they decide to file a case against Altaf Hussain in the UK for stirring violence back home.