KARACHI. There appears to be no clue so far to determine as to who could be hold responsible for attempt to murder top MQM leader Rashid Godil who was attacked here on Tuesday, yet the probers are reported to be focusing on certain questions in the process.
Well placed sources, requesting anonymity, told The Daily Mail that the probers are focusing on the threats that Godil had received in the recent past and that have now surfaced in the media. These sources also say that certain experts are looking for the productive answers to questions that could be linked to this assassination attempt. These questions include:
A- Can attack on Mr. Godil be linked to his absence from the MQM MNAS’s group that tendered resignations from National Assembly?
B- Can Mr. Godil’s absence from the highprofile meeting of MQM leaders with Maulana Fazal-ur-Rehman at the MQM headquarters ‘90’ on the same days while he was very much present in the vicinity?
C- Who could very clearly be in knowledge of Mr.Godil’s not attending the ‘90’ meeting?
D- Who could have been very clearly been in knowledge of Mr. Godil’s exact location at the time of attack?
E- Can this attack be placed inline the attacks on other MQM leaders including Dr. Imran Farooque and Azeem Ahmad Tarique etc?
F- Could it not be a crystal clear inside job to convey a strong and clear message within the MQM ranks?
G- Could this not be a bid to malign the image of Rangers and to impact the ongoing Operation in Karachi and add to the fragility of country’s security scenario?
The sources say that since the footage retrieved from CCTV Cameras was not clear enough to determine the identities of the attackers, more footage is being retrieved while more witnesses are being traced. The investigators are also retrieving the data of the calls and messages etc made or received by Rashid Godil and his killed driver. These sources further says that the state of the art methodologies and most advanced forensic facilities are being used to track down the attackers and a breakthrough is expected in next 24 to 48 hours.
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