Tariq Mir’s Confessional Documents Are Not Their Property, Says London Police

The London Metropolitan Police says the confessional documents of MQM’s senior leader Tariq Mir are not their property. These documents are supposed to be come from Tariq Mir in which he had revealed MQM’s alleged relations to Indian spy agency RAW during an interview with British authorities.

The news got to the media by a spokesperson who confirmed it to the BBC Urdu via an electronic clarification. Alan Crockford of London Metropolitan Police sent an email to BBC Urdu clarifying that they have carefully investigated Pakistani media reports relating to Tariq Mir’s confession and London Police’s can confirm no such documents are part of its record.

MQM’s leader confession documents were a hot topic of discussion in the nation; and the news of its supposed possessions with London police was swirling on social media in last few days. The documents suggest that Tariq Mir confessed in an interview that his party had India’s support and that Altaf Hussain was used to receive funding from India.

The Interior Ministry on the direction of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif is also investigating the claims made in the BBC report relating Mutahida Qomi Moment being funded from New Dehli. In addition, an early report in this regard was also sought from the PM.

On the other hand, Federal Interior Minister Nisar Ali Khan also met British High Commissioner Philip Barton. He has formally written to the UK government requesting Pakistani authorities’ access to key information relating the serious allegations claimed by the BBC against MQM.

In the meanwhile, a London police team has also arrived Islamabad for looking into key suspects of the Imran Farooq murder case.