The bail provided to MQM Chairperson Altaf Hussain by the English cops in this summer in the money laundering case expires on Monday.
Mr. Hussain was caught by the British Police in London, on June 3 last season. Since then, his bail has been prolonged for four periods and he has been questioned twice after his cops arrest in June last season and later in April this season — by the London Police who had so far not registered any expenses against him.
On This July, Altaf Hussain’s bail was prolonged by English Police who instructed him to appear before them on Oct 5. According to an MQM declaration released on Saturday, Mr. Altaf Hussain will go to a Southern London police station, UK cops place on Oct 5 Monday as an aspect of a continuous research into accusations of money laundering.
In a press release from the party they said. “He will be present at the police station on that period of your time to be further inquired”. Both the MQM and Mr. Altaf Hussain reject any contribution in money laundering, the announcement said, “such as that the party would release further details when available.”
Besides Altaf Hussain, two more London-based MQM party workers Mohammad Anwar and Tariq Mir are facing money laundering allegations and they are also on release until Oct 6 and 7, respectively.