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The poll for a National Assembly seat (NA-256) in Karachi was massively rigged in the May 11 general elections, a National Database and Registration Authority (NADRA) report submitted to an election tribunal revealed on Monday.

The Muttahida Qaumi Movements (MQM) candidate, Iqbal Muhammad Khan had won the seat.

Pakistan Tehrik-i-Insaf (PTI) candidate Zubair Khan later challenged the poll result in the election tribunal headed by a former judge of the Sindh High Court, Zafar Ahmed Sherwani, who ordered Nadra for verification of voters’ thumb impressions on ballot papers.

The Nadra report revealed that there were 11,343 ballot papers that contained invalid national identity card numbers, which were never issued by Nadra.

791 votes were found not registered in the constituency and the fact was ascertained on the basis of the CNIC numbers mentioned on the used ballot papers. This bogus voting was observed in three different polling stations of the constituency.

Besides, report said that there were 5,839 duplicate votes, which were cast by as many as 2,812 voters mainly in two polling stations. It said as many as seven votes were cast on one CNIC belonging to a resident of Gulistan-e-Jauhar neighbourhood of the city.

As many as 314 ballot papers were found without having fingerprints on them. The report said that only 6,815 of the total 84,748 ballots sent to Nadra for verification of certain polling stations were successfully authenticated.

The thumb impressions on 57,642 ballots could not be compared or matched through the Nadra system because the fingerprints were of very poor quality.

The report said 1,950 votes failed authentication, because someone else voted against the CNIC number mentioned on the used counterfoils.

An earlier report presented by Nadra regarding voter verification for NA-258 Karachi had also revealed voter fraud.

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Imran Farooq murder: British authorities closing in on Altaf Hussain


London : United Kingdom | Jul 01, 2013 at 12:17 AM PDT
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Imran Farooq Murder , Scotland Yard arrests suspect in London , 24 June 2013

The request of British authorities to their Pakistani counterparts for handover of two suspects involved in a high-profile murder in London in 2010 has reportedly been accepted. This report could not be verified independently because everyone is tight-lipped on the issue. If it actually happens, it would seal the fate of a don-like political leader of Pakistani origin staying in London very soon. The dramatic developments of Sunday when the said politician tried to put pressure on Pakistani government not to heed to the request, his threats for doing away with Pakistan if he was arrested etc., are closely related to this development. It seems that the authorities in London are closing in on the said politician which he has termed as a conspiracy of “international establishment” to eliminate him.

The mystery associated with the gruesome murder of Dr. Imran Farooq, an estranged senior leader of Pakistan’s ethno-political party, Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM), is being unveiled bit by bit. Although, people knew who could have ordered his murder in London nearly three years ago, the London Metropolitan Police was generally tight-lipped about the suspects. The alleged murderers were in the custody of Pakistan’s law enforcement agencies and, since MQM was in partner in the PPP government, were not inaccessible to the Met investigators. The developments in London released by media very cautiously, and without revealing the names, clearly suggested that MQM supremo, Altaf Hussain, a British national known for making fiery and threatening telephonic speeches from an Edgeware studio, was behind the murder. He was also perceived to be involved in money laundering of massive amounts. It is generally believed that money laundered consisted of extortion money collected by party goons from Karachi’s business community.

It was reported two years ago that the murders in Pakistani custody were committed by active members of Altaf’s assassin squad operating from South Africa. The squad, involved in target killing of cops, journalists and estranged workers, takes its orders directly from Altaf. Their handover to British authorities will enable the Met to close in on Altaf. He has gotten away with high-profile murders in Pakistan due to weak and corrupt political leadership but UK will be a tough government for him.

What will prove to be the proverbial last nail for MQM, is murders’ handover to Met. According to reports, British authorities have made a fresh demand to access key suspects in Dr. Imran Farooq murder case. The request was reported made at the top level and very few people were in knowledge of it because of the sensitivity of the issue. Recently, the London Metropolitan police paced up the investigations and has conducted several raids, arrested some eight suspects, questioned thousands of people and scanned through thousands of documents.

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Pakistan: Imran Farooq murder linked to rows between within MQM party

Politician may have been about to endorse or join new party set up by General Pervez Musharraf, source claims

Imran Farooq 


The Scotland Yard investigation into the murder in London of the leading Pakistani politician Dr Imran Farooq has been told that rows within his own party may have led to his assassination.

Farooq, 50, was stabbed to death earlier this month during an attack in which he was also beaten near his home in Edgware, north London. Farooq was a senior figure in Pakistan’s MQM (Muttahida Quami Movement) party, and was in exile in London at the time of his death. The murder is being investigated by Scotland Yard’s counter-terrorism branch because of the political dimension to the killing.

Sources say intelligence suggests his death was linked to rows within the MQM.

Farooq, once prominent in MQM, had taken a back seat. A senior Pakistani source said he may have been about to endorse or join a new party set up by Pakistan’s former military ruler, General Pervez Musharraf. The source said of the motive: “It lies within the MQM. Dr Farooq was probably going to join Musharraf.”He is vowing to leave his own London exile and return home to launch a fresh bid for power. His new party, the All Pakistan Muslim League, will launch its programme in London later this week.

Asked by the Sunday Telegraph about his reaction to Farooq’s murder, Musharraf said: “It is terrible that such an assassination could happen in a place like London.”

Farooq, who was married with two young sons, claimed UK asylum in 1999 alongside Altaf Hussain, the MQM’s leader. Hussain, who also lives in exile in London, has said “enemies of the MQM” killed Farooq and they will try to kill him. Pakistan’s media reported him as saying on Friday: “Now the enemies of the movement are after my life, but I want to tell them I am not afraid of anyone, whether it’s a superpower like the United States or its Nato allies or their Pakistani agents … I fear the Almighty Allah and will never bow down before the conspirators even if they get my British citizenship rescinded.”

Police in London are still hunting an attacker who, one witness said, appeared to be an Asian man. Analysts say the MQM has longstanding rivalries with ethnic Pashtun and Sindhi parties in Karachi. The MQM has also been riven by occasional internecine violence.

Before entering the UK, Farooq spent seven years on the run in Pakistan from criminal charges while the MQM was engaged in a violent battle for control of Karachi. He remained a key party figure. While MQM leader Hussain is protected by private guards and rarely appears in public following death threats, colleagues said Farooq never believed he was at risk and had played a smaller role in the party since the birth of his sons, now aged five and three.

Farooq was attacked on his way home from his job at a chemist’s shop. He was found near his home after neighbours witnessed what they believed was a fight. Paramedics were called but he was pronounced dead at the scene.

MQM party officials in the party’s stronghold of Karachi declared a 10-day period of mourning. Previous political killings have triggered riots and deadly clashes between rival factions. Police are keeping an open mind as to the identity of Farooq’s killer and their investigation continues.

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ALLAH’S PLAN WORKS: Pakistan’s No.1 Terrorist Altaf Hussain Unhinged & Panicky

Mr. Altaf Hussain and L K Advani


May 11, 2007

Altaf Hussain of MQM, a stupid bastard and murderer

Filed under: Truth — toughtalker @ 7:26 pm 


Altaf Hussain, a stupid bastard who’s complete name is Syed Altaf Hussain Jaffery, is a “political leader” who faces murder charges in Pakistan. He belongs to the Shia sect of Islam. It is perhaps ironic that MQM holds many seats in the current government at the same time when their party leader is in exile. Altaf holds British nationality, he has taken British nationality which is unique as he is the only Pakistani politician to take foreign citizenship, although many have remained in exile. And look at him that even after becoming UK national, majority of Pakistanis in Karachi praise him and think of him as a good person, which in fact proves that Pakistanis have in essence become eunuchs and stupid fools.
In his rise to power, army and Gen. Zia-ul-Haq played an important role. Afterwards MQM turned into semi mafia group and in the late 1990s it fully transformed into a mafia group and it is very rare in Pakistan that a mafia group  holds power in the government taking hostage of entire Sindh province specially Karachi.

Even Pakistan’s army is powerless in front of this mafia group led by Altaf as many army officers were brutally murdered in various torture cells of  MQM, their bodies were even drilled though but look at our army people they now praise this traitor of Pakistan. I guess the Pakistan army has become eunuch now a days.

Altaf is associated with ordering many political murders and using torture, on civilians and opposition party members, to spread his ideology during his time in power. He is commonly blamed for the unrest Pakistan suffered during this period.  He often arranges public video conference speeches in Pakistan to try and gain support for himself. He is known for his outrages and “un-leader-like” behavior. His almost comical appearances and statements during interviews have led to declining support for his party. As a person he is commonly ridiculed and has fallen out of respect with the vast majority of people of Pakistan.

Altaf Hussain also sends out regular statements and makes his views heard on international TV interviews. All this he does by spending money that his thugs collect in Karachi at gun point and with threats.

I wish that he should die a dog’s death in the street. Lets see when Allah will make him an example for other people like him.



  1. Agreed with all your opinion I also have the same, but please let me correct Altaf Hussain is not Shia muslim.

    Comment by talibehaq — May 26, 2007 @ 11:32 am

  2. This man was a Taxi driver. He only belongs to the Taxis of Chicago.

    Comment by Lala Jee — June 9, 2007 @ 11:26 pm

  3. Time this criminal was reported to Amnesty International for his murders and torture cells!

    Comment by Shaz — March 6, 2009 @ 7:49 pm

  4. Altaf hussain is a disgraceful person. . …. He has used the mohajir card to gain sympathies of them … and he is now ruling them …
    Quaid E Tehreek… shame on him …

    Comment by bilal — August 29, 2009 @ 1:16 pm

  5. MQM lost 15000 soldiers in 1992 operation and to be honest i do not know whether he faces any charges of murder or corruption. Today media play a greater role for example, can turn a black into white, dead into life and 0 into hero. I do not trust media until and unless i witness it or reseached on it.

    At this moment of time we pakistanis are in trouble and require unity rather than cursing each other perhaps thats the target of our enemies to spread venom among us.

    Just to remind you none of our politician excels, for example our present President faces many charges too.

    But if these bad lads have transformed into good and doing good for Pakistani then i am quite happy.

    We should learn to forget past and move forward with life or else we are getting no where.

    there is still time!

    Comment by mufeez faiz — February 5, 2010 @ 3:57 am

  6. the real mother fucker MQM …the terrorist organization killer of innocent pakhtoons….

    Comment by Ijaz Khan Afridi — July 15, 2011 @ 11:40 am

  7. Since MQM came into being by A Munafik Gen. Zia. Karachi has lost the Peace.

    Comment by Saleem — September 1, 2011 @ 11:54 pm


    Comment by ASLAM — September 15, 2011 @ 8:05 pm

  9. I dont agree to ur views. because mqm had lost 1500 ppl on 92 operation. frm 2002 2007 there was a piece in karachi . mqm mayor Mustafa kamal had done a great job . he has turned karachi from mud to dynamic and modern city. look at the infrastructure of karachi today… just tell me one thing that why there was a piece in karachi when these corrupt politicions ppp and pml n was not in govt till 2007.. but now when we have a so called democracy . when corrupt ppp came in a power then again the situation of karachi is going worsen day by day. so first analyse things then give your point of views…

    Comment by saquib khan — November 27, 2011 @ 11:44 pm

  10. Kutti ka bacha Altaf Hussain. Harami ke nassal, Altaf Hussain. Altaf Hussain is Shia kafir.

    Comment by Fiaz Muhmmad — March 6, 2012 @ 6:24 pm

  11. whatever u write i praise this, he is such a bastard

    Comment by Syed Asmat Agha — May 26, 2012 @ 12:55 pm

  12. Mahajar Qumi Movement(mqm) should be ban, they spread hate which is a crime against humanity

    Comment by nur — August 22, 2012 @ 7:12 am

  13. MQM IS a terrorist orgnization funded by raw india to destabalized pakistan every action of iltaf is against pakistan & islam all pakistani must know about this anti pakistan movement ALLAH SAVE PAKISTAN from ideas of this non sesce person

    Comment by sardar idrees khan — November 8, 2012 @ 11:26 pm

  14. Only one way Karachi goes to peacefull If any governament clean arms from MQM workers and Band all MQM activity in all over Pakistan and stop speach of stupid Altaf hussain through telephone.
    and also band PPP and N muslin leage, ANP.
    only that can back Pakistan on his feet INSHAALLAH.

    Comment by Ali — March 24, 2013 @ 12:16 pm

  15. […] Altaf Hussain a murdrer […]

    Pingback by Article 62 & 63 – Altaf Hussain(MQM) — April 11, 2013 @ 7:33 pm

  16. yeh ghulat ha ye kutti ka bucha nahi ha yeh to suar ka bacha ha.

    Comment by aziz — May 13, 2013 @ 1:47 pm

  17. 00442072301212

    yeh number london metropolitan police ka hai..
    call rate= 2.5 rupees per minute..

    Please call kr k altaf k khilaf shikayat krein, say this guy is threatening the country, please take action
    Ab tak 1400 complaints hue han, please spread the word so we can get rid of the beast altaf. Thanks

    Comment by MQM — May 14, 2013 @ 3:12 am

  18. A day will come when altaf hussian will be draged on the streets of karachi and every person will kick his bud and inshallah he shall be hanged

    Comment by unknown — May 20, 2013 @ 4:10 pm

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NEWFLASH: Pakistan’s No.1 Terrorist Altaf Hussain Resigns from Pakistan’s Terror Organization MQM’s godfathership

Altaf Hussain quits as MQM chief after raid on his London house


LONDON: Deeming a recent police raid on his apartment as a disgrace to his reputation, Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) leader, Altaf Hussain, has announced to voluntarily relinquish the party leadership henceforth, Geo News reported.


“Metropolitan Police raided my house and took away many things. When the home of a person, who also happens to be the political leader of millions, is subjected to such an investigatory action, then it becomes imperative for him to step down on moral grounds”, said he talking exclusively to Geo News.


Altaf Hussain’s statement comes at a time when British Prime Minister, David Cameron, is vising Pakistan. Cameron called on President Asif Ali Zardari on Saturday and will hold a meeting with Prime Minister, Nawaz Sharif today (Sunday).


He said he was renouncing the leadership of his party since New Scotland Yard ransacked his house in North West London and seized many items/documents in connection with Dr Imran Farooq murder case investigation. He said whatever happened called into question the name of the leader of his stature.


“I am abdicating my responsibility as the Quaid-e-Tehreek. I am transferring my powers to MQM Coordination Committee”, said he.


He said that if a court of law took up Dr Imran Farooq murder case then he would not engage any lawyer, solicitor, or barrister, rather he would fight his case himself.


“I would plead my case personally and embrace the ruling of the honourable court openheartedly regardless of which way it goes”, he added.


Vowing to continue his Haqparastana (righteous) struggle Altaf advised his followers to stay committed no matter what happened.


“Hold your heads high and repose your full trust in the party leadership”, said Altaf Hussain.


Following their party leader’s announcement, throngs of shocked party workers, supporters, sympathizers showed up at the MQM Headquarter ‘Nine Zero’ in Karachi and other parts of the country.


According to sources, at the moment, the workers are chanting slogans to express their solidarity as well as allegiance to Altaf Hussain’s leadership demanding him to withdraw his decision.


The sources added that the MQM Coordination Committee London and Karachi chapters are constantly in touch since his announcement, however an official statement regarding Altaf Hussain’s decision was yet to be issued.


More than a week ago, Metropolitan Police Counter Terrorism Command Unit searched two North West London “residential addresses” for 55 hours with one of them belonging to Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) chief, Altaf Hussain.


The New Scotland Yard, which raided the houses, rooted both the apartments during the painstaking search and confiscated many important documents.


According to sources, Altaf Hussain is the proprietor of one of the two houses, however the details of the ownership of the other apartment are yet unknown.


Dr Farooq, the former convener of the Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) was stabbed to death outside his home on 16th September 2010 as he was returning home.


The UK police is investing the murder of Dr Farooq case on several lines, including one strong line of investigation that Dr Farooq was in discussions with his colleagues and members of the public to start his own independent political career.


These searches were carried out under the Police and Criminal Evidence Act (PACE).


Subsequently London police arrested a British man of Pakistani origin questioned him for 34 hours before he was released on bail.


MQM chief Altaf Hussain. PHOTO: MQM

LONDON: Chief of Muttahida Quami Movement (MQM) Altaf Hussain resigned as party head early Sunday morning, Express News reported.

Hussain voluntarily handed over party’s authority and responsibilities to the Rabita Committee.

Addressing his party members from London, Hussain said his decision to resign comes after his house in the UK was raided by the Scotland Yard and some material was seized in relation to Dr Imran Farooq’s murder case.

Speaking about Dr Farooq’s murder case, Hussain said he will not hire any lawyer to fight for him in the court and that he would plead the case himself.

He added that he will accept the court decision in this case.

Farooq’s murder case

Founding member of MQM, Dr Farooq was stabbed to death in Green Lane on Edgware Road on 16 September, 2010 – but leads in the case have been few and far between – or at least not publicised. The anti-terrorist unit of the Metropolitan Police had said that, a few months before his murder, Dr Farooq had been trying to create his own independent political “profile”.

The police force had hinted about the possibility that Dr Farooq might have been thinking of embarking on a new political career, and, therefore, it wanted to talk to everyone who were in contact with him from a political perspective.

It also noted that Dr Farooq had created a new Facebook profile in 2010 and had established many new contacts on the social forum.


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