LAHORE: Senior anchor person Mubasher Lucman filed legal case against Mutahida-Qaumi-Movement (MQM) leader Altaf Hussian this morning appealing British Government, as Mubasher Lucman has been taunting Altaf Hussain and his terrorist party workers from past weeks. Earlier Mubasher Lucman also accused Altaf Hussain in his ARY show Khara Sach for his murderous activities.
Mubasher Lucman’s registered case document states many points, which includes target killing operation by MQM in Karachi, killing of police officials in Karachi, Baldia factory file report, Altaf Hussain’s hit list and threats to journalist and media. Mubasher Lucman went to United Kingdom few days back, where he personally registered case against Altaf Hussain ‘A leader of terrorist political party’ in British High Commissioner.
According to Mubasher Lucman, “Altaf Hussain is a murderer and many cases are still registered against him by other political parties and common people. I have been accusing him in various talk shows, but people don’t bother to take any step against him. We as a citizens of Pakistan should eliminate these bugs from out society and country.”
Calling him “London Ka Joker”, Mubasher added, “Karachi is the biggest city of Pakistan, which has been turned into a war field by MQM. Target killing is common. Taking money from people’s pocket for no reason is common. Many people leaving Karachi for this instability in Karachi.”
This document states that, ” Mubasher Lucman, a peaceful and law abiding citizen of Islamic Republic Of Pakistan and a leading investigative news television anchor, am writing to you on behalf of hapless citizens of Pakistan, who have been held hostage to a reign of terror and extortion by one Mr.Altaf Hussain, a naturalised citizen and resident of the United Kingdom. I am writing to bring to your attention the murderous activities of Mr.Altaf Hussain, his intimidations of Pakistani individuals and institutions, as well as his blatant disregard of domestic and international laws, all of which is being planned and executed from British soil.”