الطاف حسین کی جرات ملاحظہ کیجئے، جن رینجرز آفیسر نے نائن زیرو پر ریڈ کیا انہیں لائیو شو میں جان سے مارنے کی دھمکی دے ڈالی، ویڈیو دیکھئے
Live MQM Chief Dhamki to Rangers Official
Why did he not threat british police when his house was raided in London bark as much as you can while sitting in london and be assured that they have got the evidences and scotland yard will be at your london house again hope you use same threats for them too.
Detained Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) worker Umair Siddiqui has been involved in 120 target killings, Rangers asserted on Saturday. Siddiqui allegedly also confessed that MQM Sector In-charge Rehman Bhola was the man behind the deadly 2012 Baldia Town fire that consumed at least 258 factory workers.
Rangers personnel had presented a report to the Sindh High Court in February this year which revealed that the MQM had set the factory ablaze. The information had been disclosed by suspect Mohammad Rizwan Qureshi, an alleged worker of the MQM, on June 22, 2013 during joint investigation of the factory inferno.
In a press release issued today, the Rangers spokesperson said that Siddiqui, who was presented in an Anti-Terrorism Court today, confessed to being given the task of killing those that opposed the MQM.
The accused allegedly received orders to form a team of target killers which included 23 MQM members belonging to various units. The said team was involved in the killing of approximately 120 people that opposed the party.
The orders were issued by Hamad Siddiqui, a member of MQM’s Karachi Tanzeemi Committee, the press release stated. Umair Siddiqui and his team of target killers also allegedly murdered the Rangers’ Lance Naik Shaukat. Siddiqui was also involved in the murders of former senator Faisal Raza Abidi’s guard and MQM representative Amir Khan’s nephew Sabihullah. Another MQM worker Tahir alias Nadeem SP was also murdered by the team, the press release said. During interrogation, the suspect revealed that in 2008, MQM’s Deputy Convener Anees Qaim Khani held a meeting at Khurshid Memorial Hall to speed up target killings on a linguistic basis. The suspect also revealed that he used a dealer in Quetta to procure weapons for MQM’s armed wing. In one instance he confessed to buying 40 Kalashnikovs, 8 LMGs, 1 rocket launcher, 6 G3s, 5 China rifles and 3 MGs.
He went on to claim that in February 2015 all sector in-charges were directed to return their extra weapons to Nine-Zero to prevent being found during raids. The said weapons were allegedly transferred from one area to another with the help of ambulances.