Imran Farooq murder: British police offers £20,000 reward

Police said they believe the attack would have required careful planning and Farooq’s killers may have had help.


Agencies September 16, 2011

LONDON:


British police offered a reward of £20,000 on Thursday for information about the murder of Imran Farooq in London one year ago. The founding member of the Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM), was attacked as he returned home from work on Sept 16, 2010. A post-mortem found he had died from multiple stab wounds and blunt trauma to the head.


“We still believe there are people out there who hold vital information that could assist the investigation and have not yet come forward,”said Detective Chief Superintendent Neil Basu of London’s Metropolitan Police.

Police said they believe the attack would have required careful planning and Farooq’s killers may have had help,
including from innocent people.

Published in The Express Tribune, September 16th,  2011.

COMMENTS (8)

Maulana Diesel | 10 years ago | Reply

only £20,000!!!!! No one is going to put their life in danger for that. If it was £20,000,000 then you are talking.

Ammad Hafeez | 10 years ago | Reply Slap to yellow journalism, Ummat & TheLondonPost busted badly. Biased
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