KKF’s Kaif-ul-Wara admits to money laundering for MQM: FIA sources | Pakistan
KARACHI: Kaif-ul-Vara, a member of the Khidmat-i-Khalq Foundation (KKF), acknowledged that he was laundering money and sending them to the UK for the Muttahida Kaumi movement (MQM), sources to the Federal Investigation Agency FIA) reported:
KKF is a charitable organization established by MQM.
Sources of the FIA reported that Kaif ul-Wara roasted three hours of accusation, which includes raising funds through extortion and "cutting porcelain" and sending them to the UK through KKF accounts.
Kaif-ul-Vara acknowledged that the money collected by KKF was actually extortion. Various persons were prosecuted for collecting and depositing money to the accounts of charitable organizations, which were then transferred to the UK, an official representative of KKF in the FIA said.
The FIA summoned ten MQM leaders associated with the party's charity party on February 15, Geo News reported on Tuesday.
Sources told Geo News that these MQM members will be questioned about their sources and ways of collecting money. They would also be informed of those who helped them in sending funds, sources said, and, most importantly, how this money was spent.
The FIA wrote letters to these members for appearing before the agency's counterterrorism (19459006)
Sources told Geo News that these members include Sager Ahmed, Mohammad Shahid, Mohammad Zubair, Mohammad Tahir, Manzur Ahmed, Tables Varu, Rauf Mogol, Kamal Siddiqi, Rafik Rajput and Mohammed Imran.
. In 2016, a case of money laundering was filed in Karachi against the MQM and KKF supermarket in Karachi. However, it was later transferred to the counterterrorist wing of the FIA in Islamabad.
MQM, after the inflammatory speech of the party's founder in August 2016, divided into two factions, and members from Pakistan distanced themselves from their London leadership.
Later, some members moved to other political parties, (19459006)
Last week, the Islamabad Anti-Terrorist Court published an advertisement in The Guardian, announcing, as the alleged offender, the London founder of MQM, in the case of the murder of Dr. Imran Farouk, former senior leader of the party, who was killed in London in September 2010.
Farooq, 50, was returning home from work when he was attacked in Green Lanes, London, on September 16, 2010, outside of his London home with knives and bricks. He died on the spot, leaving behind a widow and two young sons.
Within 30 days of the publication of the notice, legal notice requested the MQM to appear in court, ATC No. 1, Islamabad, The leader of seized exile faces hundreds of cases in Pakistan, but for the first time the authorities of Pakistan have made such efforts, using the respected daily English newspaper.
The same court previously issued an arrest without the right to arrest guarantees to the founder of MQM during the hearing of the case of the murder of Imran Faruk in Adiala prison.