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Sunday, December 9, 2012

Raid On MQM Head's Office And Home In London

Scotland Yard continued its search and investigation for second day regarding the Dr Imran Farooq's murder case and asked questions from MQM's leaders including Altah Hussain. According to Britain's plice the arrests can not be ruled out. According to a private news channels the officials of the Scotland Yard were present at the office of MQM and residences of Altah Hussain and Saleem Shahzad in the Eduiare and colen Deal, even after 40 hours. Sources say that the raids on the offices and residences of MQM leaders were carried out on the basis of informmation from out side the country. The MQM leader Altaf Hussain was investigated about the conflicts between Salem Shahzad and the discharged and killed MQM leader Dr Imran Farooq. According to police the raid was done for the search of specific proofs for which solid evedences wre with them. The operation is carried out by more than 15 officers while 40 police officers continued the cardoning off Altaf's and other leaders residences. Polce say that the two persons arrested in Pakistan have provided some evidences and they are investigating the links between the intention of Dr Farooq's new political career and his muder. Police say there was new development in the case and they have reached near to the killers. They will take the case to its logical end. Police has obtained special search and raid arrants. The two persons arrested in Pakistan had been residing in Colen Deal and other two places. On Thirsday police aked for longer time from Altaf Hussain that he should clear his position about the FIR registerd against him in Pakistan regarding the killing of Movement leaders. Sources say that police has found inmportant clues of murder of Imran Farooq from the deceased rebellion leader's dairies. Imran Farooq has written the narration about his kicking out of the party. Sources say that after Thursday's operation MQM leaders have suspended their activities are quite careful about their movements.

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