FIA contacts Scotland Yard for MQM founder’s extradition: sources

ISLAMABAD: The Federal Investigation Company (FIA’s) Anti Terrorism Wing has contacted Scotland Yard for the extradition of MQM founder Altaf Hussain, who was taken into custody earlier within the day in London, citing sources, ARY Information reported on Tuesday.

“FIA shared proof with the Scotland Yard for MQM’s founder extradition”, sources stated.

It was additionally learnt {that a} three-member group of FIA is able to fly to London and was ready for a ‘inexperienced sign’ from the Inside ministry, sources stated.

It’s value mentioning right here that greater than 30 circumstances are registered towards MQM founder in Karachi and he has been declared an absconder in a rating of circumstances registered towards him.

Altaf Hussain was taken into custody by the Metropolitan Police from his residence in London.

Learn extra: MQM founder arrested in London

Following the arrest, London Metropolitan Police had issued an announcement, which reads as“A person has as we speak, Tuesday, 11 June, been arrested in reference to an investigation into quite a lot of speeches made by a person related to the Muttahida Qaumi Motion (MQM) in Pakistan”.

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 aiding offences opposite to Part 44 of the Severe Crime Act 2007.



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