Rao Anwar should be hanged publicly, says MQM-Pakistan leader

Kamran Tessori blames former Malir SSP for killing party supporters

Our Correspondent January 29, 2018
Rao Anwar. PHOTO: FILE

HYDERABAD: Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) - Pakistan Deputy Convener Kamran Tessori has called for the public hanging of former Malir SSP Rao Anwar if he is convicted in Naqeebullah Mehsud's murder case.

"We hope the families of other innocent persons martyred by Anwar will also get justice due to Naqeebullah's case," said Tissori while talking to the media at the Hyderabad Press Club on Sunday.

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He blamed Anwar for killing supporters of MQM-Pakistan and charging them with fake cases of crime and killings in the past. "He [Anwar] should be punished for his crimes so that the families of his victims may get justice," Tessori emphasised.

Tessori said if Pakistan Peoples Party or an influential real estate developer is protecting Anwar, he would request them to imagine how they would react if one of their sons is killed like Naqeebullah was by Anwar.

He said Anwar's stature has been raised unnecessarily. "Anwar's other illegal activities will also gradually become known to people," he believed.

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He bemoaned that when Anwar was killing supporters of MQM, the people of Pakistan did not react to his inhuman crimes. "We suffered the pain. The families of Anwar's victims lost hope in justice and left their case to Almighty Allah for divine justice."

The deputy convener invited politicians who have left MQM-Pakistan to join other parties. He announced that soon a committee of elder politicians will be formed to persuade such former leaders and members of his party.


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fus | 3 years ago | Reply Many people were killed extra judicially in 1992 operation, not all of them were innocent like Rao Anwer. Killing policemen was sad and as illegal as people killed during 1992 operation.
bashir gul | 3 years ago | Reply What about the 150+ police martyred who took part in the 1992 operation?
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