KARACHI: Names of two suspects, Mohsin Ali Syed and Muhammad Kashif Khan, who were resident in London on student visa were revealed in a BBC news report, in regard to Imran Farooq’s murder case on Wednesday.
British Prosecution Service have asked Pakistani authorities to search these two most wanted suspects in the killing of Muttahida Quami Movement (MQM) leader Dr. Imran Farooq.
According to the report, these two suspects boarded a plane to Sri Lanka from the Heathrow airport on the same day MQM leader was killed. These suspects had enrolled themselves in a college in eastern London and their prominence absence for eighteen months forced the college to send notifications at their houses. Any investigation against that college has not yet taken place.
The report further mentioned the visa details of those two suspects. The visa was issued by a Karachi-based business man named Moazzam Ali Khan, who had been in a continuous contact with Iftikhar Hussain who was arrested by London Police in 2013 as a prime suspect.
It is pertinent to know that Imran Farooq was killed when he was on his way home from work in Green Lane on Sept 16, 2010 outside his London House.