MQM leader Altaf Hussain has been summoned by london police for further questioning regarding case pertaining to hate speech. Altaf Hussain was arrested in June this year by the London police for a telephonic speech he made from London inciting violence in Pakistan.
The MQM leader was later on released by Scotland Yard on bail without filing any charges against him. The Government of Pakistan had approached the British government for Altaf Hussain’s hate speech after which he was taken into custody.
Taking to media outside police station, Altaf Hussain stated that he hasn’t done anything wrong. Altaf Hussain said that he isn’t scared of anyone.
“I have trust in British law. I haven’t done anything wrong. I am not scared or afraid of anyone”
He went on to add that the cases against him are fabricated. “These are all fabricated cases. I am used to it,” he said.
میں نے کچھ غلط نہیں کیا، برطانوی قوانین پر اعتماد ہے۔ الطاف حسین ایک بار پھر سدک پولیس اسٹیشن طلب pic.twitter.com/OOH4Sp7zmu
— Farid Qureshi (@faridque) September 12, 2019