LONDON: London Metropolitan Police have arrest a very first suspect in the Dr Imran Farooq murder case. A British citizen of Pakistani origin was arrested Monday morning at the Heathrow Airport when he returned from Canada.
According to police officials, the 52 year old suspect has been charged with conspiracy to murder Dr Imran Farooq. Metropolitan Police also confirmed that further arrests would be made in the case.
Last week, the Metropolitan Police Counter Terrorism Unit conducted a 55 hour search at two North West London residential addresses with one of them belonging to MQM chief, Altaf Hussain.
Dr Farooq, the former convener of the Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) was stabbed to death outside his home on 16th September 2010 as he was returning home.
ISLAMABAD: British High Commissioner in Pakistan, Adam Thompson said that Government of Pakistan should take serious notice over the Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) chief Altaf Hussain’s speech for the separation of Karachi from the country.
Talking to a press conference, Thompson said that promotion of hatred and violence is liable to punishment under British laws, if the allegations proved the criminals have to face jail.
Thompson confirmed that London metropolitan police is now investigating the hundreds of received complaints from Britain and Pakistan citizens against separation statements from MQM chief Altaf Hussain.
However, Thompson observed that Altaf had further denied for making such statements but investigations were still undergoing to resolve the received complains.
He added that London Metropolitan Police had started collecting the records of complainers to to make proofs credible.
He said that their is no extradition laws between Pakistan and United Kingdom to exchange the accused or convicts persons but after going through some legal complications Altaf Hussain extradition is possible.
“We accept what observers of European Union have said,” Thompson said and added that current election was better than all previous elections of the country.