Complaint lodged against Altaf at London police station

London’s Colidale police station has recieved a complaint  against Muttahida Qaumi Movement Chief Altaf Hussain for his alleged role in Karachi violence and targeted-killings.

Maulana Bux Baloch, a resident of Liyari area of Karachi, sent the complaint through courier service and requested the British police to probe allegations against Muttahida chief.

Bux Baloch’s grown up son Shahnawaz Baloch was among four ethnic Balochs killed at the start of weeks-long killings incident in Karachi last month.

Shahnawaz and his friends had been kidnapped after they had left for Eid Shopping. Their bodies were dumped near Tariq road, a popular shopping area in Karachi.

Bux Baloch in his letter to British authorities said  that most of the targeted killers, arrested recently, had admitted to their link to Muttahida Qaumi Movement and taking instruction from its London leadership.

He said his son was also killed on the order of  MQM chief Altaf Hussain, who is a British national and UK police must investigate his role in Karachi violence.

He also named MQM leader Saleem Shahzad, who is believed to be the head of party’s militant wing.

Mr. Bux attached copy of an FIR lodged at local police station in Karachi and also provided URLs of  youtube videos showing suspected targeted killer making confessional statements.

Jim avey, a public relation officer at Colindale Police station would neither confirm nor deny receiving complain against Altaf Hussain, but he said  I am sorry but we cannot divulge such information in these circumstances.

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