BBC report on the MQM, Pakistan decided to write a letter to the British government
Islamabad: Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan said the BBC report and key findings are highly sensitive to the realities of the end will be. When he sought help from the UK and it would be to write a formal letter to the British government.
Federal Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan in Islamabad, British High Commissioner Philip Horton met with the MQM Dr Imran Farooq murder case mtlaq were discussed at the British Broadcasting Corp. reported. Chaudhry Nisar said that the report on the BBC UK presented their positions.
British High Commissioner, speaking to reporters after a meeting with Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar said the British High Commissioner reminded. BBC reports that the MQM related disclosures presented are highly sensitive and concern for Pakistan, for access to all information related to its support to Pakistan. The BBC reported that the Pakistani government formally written to the British government for help. Because access to the facts described in the report would end Pakistan’s security because it is a very sensitive issue.
Chaudhry Nisar said that the facts stated in the report that it is concerned with how much water should be in the milk and water, the report has come from a country. The world is witness to the transparency of the judiciary, we have asked the British government access to information and once they got access door will open. As a responsible country that Watta It was not betting. He planted the BBC report.
Pakistan Interior Minister said the British government and Scotland Yard Imran Farooq murder case of too much information is exchanged. In the case of the UK helped Pakistan in the Scotland team that will come a few days. Two suspects were arrested in Quetta who will investigate. He is killing innocent Pakistanis in Britain for the murder investigation of Imran Farooq praayd we have responsibility.
The BBC had claimed in its report that the MQM India and India received funding from the United Nations for 10 years, hundreds of trained workers. In June 2013 the British police, a senior MQM leader’s house was raided. And explosives and ammunition during the operation and were listed in the list of arms and money could potentially be used in Karachi.