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ATC publishes ad in British newspaper against Altaf
By Tariq Butt February 10, 2018
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ISLAMABAD: An Anti-Terrorism Court (ATC) of Pakistan has placed an advertisement in British newspaper The Guardian , declaring founder of Muttahida Qaumi Movement-London (MQM-L) Altaf Hussain a proclaimed offender, and giving him a 30-day deadline to appear before it.

The advertisement was published on Friday and contained details of why the MQM founder is being summoned in the court. Due to his alleged involvement in the Imran Farooq murder case of 2010, he is being summoned back to the courts.

Whereas complaint has been made that Hussain son of Nazir Hussain, resident of 90, Azizabad, Karachi, presently president of 54-58, first floor, Elizabeth house, High street, Edgewear, Middlesex HAB 7ej London, has committed or in suspected to have committed the offences in case No. FIR no. 01/2015 dated 05/12/2015 under section 302/120b/34/109 Pakistan Penal Code and section 7 of the Anti-Terrorism Act police station counter-terrorism wing, Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) Islamabad, the notice read.

30 DAYs

The notice also, in bold letters, announced the deadline for Hussain’s appearance, from Febr.9 to March 10 (30 days) from the date of publication. The advertisement is undersigned by Judge Shahrukh Arjuman of the ATC.

On Dec.29, in a major development in Farooq’s murder case, the interior ministry allowed the FIA to issue red warrants for three key suspects, currently residing in the United Kingdom.

The FIA will contact the Interpol while all necessary documentation has already been prepared to arrest Iftikhar Hussain, Kashif Kamran and Mohammad Anwar.

All three former MQM members have already been questioned by the Scotland Yard.

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