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MQM founder Altaf Hussain amongst others included in FIA’s ‘Most Wanted Terrorists’ listing

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MQM founder Altaf Hussain among others included in FIA's 'Most Wanted Terrorists' list

KARACHI:  The Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) has included the identify of  Muttahida Qaumi Movement founder Altaf Hussain (MQM-L), amongst others in its ‘Most Wanted Terrorists’ listing.

The FIA’s anti-terrorism wing launched a listing of 1,210 most needed terrorists on Wednesday, which incorporates the identify of the MQM founder, amongst others.

Known because the FIA’s Red Book, the listing additionally consists of the names of Iftikhar Hussain, Muhammad Anwar, and Kashif Kamran, all three of whom — alongside Hussain — are accused of murdering MQM chief Dr Imran Farooq.

Earlier this month, the MQM founder had claimed he was dealing with monetary destroy and was unable to pay his payments and expenditures. The handwritten letter — posted by the MQM chief’s deputy Mustafa Azizabadi on the occasion’s official Twitter account — got here three weeks after the London High Court issued freezing orders on six properties managed by Altaf Hussain.

Deputy High Court Judge Peter Knox QC had ordered that the MQM founder could proceed utilizing Abbey View home, High View Gardens first home, Whitchurch Lane first home, Brookfield Avenue home, High View Gardens second home, Whitchurch Lane second home, and the MQM’s 1st Floor Elizabeth House workplace until the end result of the dispute between him and the occasion’s splinter wing in Pakistan.

However, the decide had barred Altaf Hussain and his associates from promoting these properties.

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