Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Legendary Killer Ajmal Pahari's confession exposes MQM

Legendary Target Killer Ajmal Siddiqui alias Ajmal Pahari's confession has exposed Mutahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) as a traitor and terrorist organization.

The Sindh police’s Crime Investigation Department (CID) arrested Pahari from New Karachi on March 28. His name became synonymous with fear not only for his numerous deadly feats, but also recently for extortion and land grabbing in the city. Police officials had kept a tab on his activities for a long time but they admit that he had been set free numerous times because he was strongly backed by Mutahida Quami Movement. The arrest became possible after MQM "suspended" its support, police say.

This was, however, not the first time that Pahari was arrested. In 1997, an Anti-Terrorism Court had declared Pahari a proclaimed offender (along with his high-profile political leader and founder of a MQM - Altaf Hussain) in a case related to the killing of four American Union Texas employees along with their Pakistani driver. Back then, the reward for Pahari was Rs. one million and he was nabbed by the Central Investigation Agency of the Karachi police in 2000.

However, within five years, Pahari was acquitted in all cases and was released in 2005. Since then, Anti-Extremism Cell SSP Omar Shahid claims that the suspect has committed 58 more cold-blooded murders. And to add insult to injury, Pahari has also made millions of rupees through his network of target killers and extortionists, the officer added.

The elusive criminal was on the run but was eventually nabbed by the authorities in a joint operation conducted by Shahid and Counter Terrorism Unit SSP Chaudhry Aslam Khan from New Karachi’s Eid Gah ground Sector 5-D in March.

Now it is for the courts to decide the fate of the suspect, who is believed to have committed hundred of murders since his release in 2005.

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Update 9th September: Addressing a Press Conference at the Sindh Rangers Headquarters, Director General Sindh Rangers Major General Ijaz Chaudhry has said the fact that one of the nabbed terrorists Ajmal Pahari has admitted receiving training from the Indian agents is a clear evidence of the foreign elements involved in sabotaging peace of the city.

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