LONDON: Sixth death anniversary of Dr. Imran Farooq, a founding member of Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) was marked today who was on his way home from work when got murdered outside his home in Green Lane, Edgware, in north London.
Six years have been passed but the case is still unresolved. London Metropolitan police issued a statement on Friday detailing progress in the investigations into the murder.
According to the Met police, around 4,600 people have been interrogated in relation to the case so far and up to 7,800 documents have been reviewed in the case.
Officials from the Metropolitan Police Service Counter Terrorism Command are determined to see the investigations into Imran Farooq’s murder through, said the London police.
The police also said it is in constant touch with relevant Pakistani authorities on the matter.
Farooq was a close confidant of MQM founder Altaf Hussain and a senior party leader when he fled the country in 1992 but later, he became an inactive member of the party.