London: Altaf Hussain, the organizer of Pakistan’s Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM), was captured in London Tuesday over a despise discourse in 2016 in which he had asked his adherents to go rogue, the media detailed.
Scotland Yard struck Hussain’s London home in the first part of the day and he was taken to a nearby police headquarters. Fifteen officers partook in the attack, Geo News detailed refering to security sources.
A criminological unit of Scotland Yard additionally looked through Hussain’s home. The updates on his capture was affirmed by MQM sources, Geo News said.
It is trusted that Hussain was captured in connection to the abhor discourse of 2016 in which he had encouraged his devotees to go rogue. He had likewise compromised previous Director General Rangers Major General Bilal Akbar, as per the report.
In 2017, Scotland Yard had sent a letter under “Shared Legal Assistance” to Pakistan in connection to two addresses made by the MQM author March 11, 2015 and August 22, 2016.
Both the Crown Prosecution Service and Metropolitan Police Services had before affirmed to Geo that a criminal examination had begun against Hussain.