KARACHI: Following the arrest of Muttahida Qaumi Motion (MQM) founder Altaf Hussain by Scotland Yard, Karachi Police Chief Ameer Shaikh has ordered police to make sure foolproof safety within the metropolitan.
Extra Inspector Common (AIG) Karachi has directed the SSPs of metropolis’s districts to make sure swift safety measures as a way to keep away from any legislation and order state of affairs amid arrest of MQM founder.
“SSPs and SHOs ought to begin patrolling of their respective areas”, the AIG stated.
The police have been directed to take stern motion in opposition to the outlaws.
MQM founder and chief of its London chapter Altaf Hussain was taken into custody by the Metropolitan Police from his residence in London.
Learn extra: MQM founder arrested in London
“A person has immediately, Tuesday, 11 June, been arrested in reference to an investigation into quite a few speeches made by a person related to the Muttahida Qaumi Motion (MQM) in Pakistan,’ reads an announcement issued by London Metropolitan Police.
The police assertion says that the person, who’s aged in his 60s, was arrested at an deal with in north west London. He was arrested on suspicion of deliberately encouraging or helping offences opposite to Part 44 of the Severe Crime Act 2007.