Eyewitnesses identify MQM activist as Waqas Shah's killer

Two witnesses identify Asif Ali as the culprit in front of a judicial magistrate central court


Zubair Ashraf July 11, 2015
MQM worker Syed Waqas Ali Shah. PHOTO: MQM

KARACHI: Eyewitnesses on Saturday identified Asif Ali as the primary killier of Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) worker Waqas Shah during a Rangers raid at the party headquarters on March 11.

Two witnesses of the incident identified Asif Ali as the culprit in front of a judicial magistrate central court.

The court then handed over the accused to police and he will be presented in an anti-terrorism court either today or on Monday as the time period of his physical remand has expired.

Read: Rangers arrest killer of MQM worker Waqas Shah

Waqas Shah, 25, was shot dead during a protest against the paramilitary raid at MQM headuqarters, Nine Zero on March 11. Asif Ali killed Shah and then tried to blame the Rangers, a press release issued by the paramilitary force on June 25 read, adding that the killing had been plotted to malign the paramilitary force.

Read: Waqas Ali Shah was killed by Rangers: Farooq Sattar

The Rangers also mentioned the names of the party’s top leaders, Farooq Sattar and Khalid Maqbool Siddiqi, stating that they knew the killer. In reaction to this, the MQM condemned the Rangers press release and labelled it a bid to protect the real culprits.

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COMMENTS (11)

Demril | 5 years ago | Reply Mqm is a terrorist organization...im urdu speaking by the way...
waqas | 5 years ago | Reply @ehsan karim Rangers are already in Liyari, theres a check post virtually every few meters, just because you can't enter Liyari doesn't mean they didn't also. MQM is a criminal organizations and is finally getting exposed on all fronts, Karachi has many criminal elements with political backing and MQM is one of them, let rangers clean up all the filth, peace is finally coming back to Karachi.
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