Imran Farooq, Altaf Hussain
Imran Farooq -File Photo

LONDON: The Scotland Yard’s investigations pertaining to the murder of Muttahida Qaumi Movement’s (MQM) prominent leader Imran Farooq have so far proved unsuccessful as no solid evidence could be found against the only existing suspect’s involvement in the killing, DawnNews reported on Friday.   

The Metropolitan Police Service London (Met) aka Scotland Yard had arrested a person allegedly involved in the murder of the MQM leader a few days earlier.

However, the Met did not find any evidence against the suspect and have released him on bail, waiving off all charges against him.

More From This Section

Guddu Power Plant: PM launches commissioning of additional units

The units would add another 747 MW to the national grid at a cost of Rs 60 billion.

Women desks to be set up at all 500 KP police stations: CM

Pervez Khattak also announced the establishment of jury or jirga system at the model police stations.

IMF not satisfied with bill on ‘SBP autonomy’

IMF is expected to take up the issue with Pakistan during third quarterly review of the $6.78 billion bailout package.

Senate committee resolution seeks to lift Youtube ban

Committee on Human Rights urges govt to unblock the popular video-sharing website as soon as possible

Comments are closed.

Comments (1)

July 3, 2012 5:09 am
Why is the media all silent on the murder trial of Imran Farooq? When will this media actually start working towards the general goodness of society rather than sensationalizing the issues for a while and then burying the matter without much ado !! Its only the media which can reignite these crucial points and let the world know the truth. Afterall, thats what we seek all our lives - the truth.
Explore: Indian elections 2014
Explore: Indian elections 2014
How much do you know about Indian Elections?
How much do you know about Indian Elections?
From The Newspaper