ISLAMABAD: In a shocking revelation, Imran Farooq murder accused Khalid Shamim finally broke his silence in front of the media, alleging that Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) chief Altaf Hussain and Muhammad Anwar are British and Indian agents.
Khalid Shamim revealed these details as he left court today (Thursday).
He told reporters that British intelligence agency MI6 and India’s Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) are supporting these leaders.
To a question regarding becoming an approver in the case, the accused asserted that he is ready if the nation supports him.
Meanwhile, Khalid Shamim’s wife told media that her husband’s condition is not okay.
On this, the suspect insisted that he is fine, adding that he want to take the matter to international court.
Earlier today, an Anti-Terrorism Court (ATC) in Islamabad has extended the judicial remand of three accused, Moazzam Ali, Mohsin Syed and Khalid Shamim in Imran Farooq murder case for 14 days.
The case hearing has been adjourned till 4th of next month.
Two key suspects, Khalid Shamim and Mohsin were detained by the Frontier Constabulary (FC) personnel in June last year as they tried to enter Pakistan from Afghanistan. They were wanted in the murder case.
Imran Farooq, 50, a founding member of the MQM party was stabbed and beaten to death in Edgware, northwest London in September 2010.
He claimed asylum in Britain in 1999. He was wanted in Pakistan over scores of charges including torture and murder but always claimed the accusations were politically motivated.
He had twice been elected an MP in Pakistan, but went into hiding in 1992 when the government ordered a military crackdown against party activists in Karachi.
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