Trial begins on June 1 on the basis of hate speech against Altaf Hussain, the founder of the Mutahida Qaumi Movement (MQM).
Founder MQM was charged six weeks ago in Westminster Court on terrorism provisions after which founder MQM was released on bail.
The case against the founder MQM was heard in London’s Old Bailey Crown Court during which Altaf Hussain was read out again.
The trial against the founding MQM is set to begin June 1 next year at Old Bailey Crown Court.
It is clear that the founder MQM is accused of insisting people to violence through speech on August 22, 2016.
London police arrested him on June 11 this year for hate speech, and he was granted bail three times.
Founder MQM was granted bail for the third time on October 11 when he appeared at the Sadak police station in London but did not respond to police questions, which he was detained on the same day.
However, later that same day, the Westminster Magistrates Court granted the founder MQM a conditional bail.