Mir’s ‘confession’ is fake: London Police
KARACHI: The London Metropolitan Police on Tuesday said that the documents suggesting a senior Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) leader’s ‘confession’ that the party had links to India’s spy agency during an interview with British authorities are not property of the London Metropolitan Police.
In a clarification via email, Alan Crockford of the London Metropolitan Police told BBC Urdu that after carefully investigating media reports circulating in Pakistan pertaining to Tariq Mir’s confession, the police can confirm no such documents are part of its record. On Friday, documents purported to be the property of the London police surfaced on social media, suggesting that MQM’s Tariq Mir had confessed in an interview that his party had New Delhi’s support and that Altaf Hussain received funding from India.
Mir allegedly spoke to London police at the Edgware police station in May 2012, the document says, adding that he “attended voluntarily and was not under arrest”. “The Indian government supported us because they thought it was good to support us [blocked text]. I don’t remember when I first met the Indians. I did meet them,” it reads.
Three pages of the text, some of it censored with what appears to be black ink, sent shockwaves across the country just days after a startling BBC report had made similar allegations citing an “authoritative Pakistani source.”
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