MQM Former MPA Nadeem Hashmi Sent on Seven Day Physical Remand by ATC

MQM's Nadeem Hashmi sent on seven-day remand in murder case

KARACHI September 12, 2013: An anti-terrorism court of Sindh Thursday sent on  MQM EX MPA, Nadeem Hashmi to Sindh police for seven-day physical remand in a murder case of two policemen.

Nadeem Hashmi, whose arrest paralytic in  Karachi and interior Sindh on Wednesday, was moved  in the anti-terrorism court (ATC) in murder case of two policemen.

During the court transactions, the criminated said the court that he worked as a medicine supplier and on Tuesday he went to the funeral prayers of his friend at 10 PM. On return, he found the Guests at his residency to whom I had dinner.

He said that at about 11 PM to 12 AM some people broke into his house and asked him to sit in the car. At 5 AM he got to know that he was an accused in the murder case of two policemen, he added.

 Nadeem Hashmi further said that according to the FIR he was on  motorbike; however, he added that he had not even ridden a motorbike for the past 25 years.

Judge Khalida Yasmeen commented that the investigation would bring out the truth.

Earlier, the accused was brought in an armored personnel carrier (APC) amid tight security before ATC judge Faiza Yaseen.

Two policemen were killed in North Nazimabad area of Karachi when gunmen opened fire on a police mobile. The police had arrested the former lawgiver and charged a FIR against him, drawing strong reaction from the MQM on Wednesday.

The MQM has strongly condemned the arrest and termed it a confederacy against the party. The party has also submitted a sequestration for Sindh Assembly session.


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