MQM rejects judicial commission of Sindh govt

Karachi: Muttahida Quami Movement (MQM) here Saturday rejected the judicial commission of Sindh government for probing alleged murder of MQM activists.

Chief Minister of Sindh Syed Qaim Ali Shah previous day established the judicial commission to probe the murder of two MQM workers, Sohail Ahmed and Faraz Alam. The commission headed by a retired judge of the Sindh High Court, Ghulam Sarwar Korai, would submit report within 10 days.

However, MQM leaders talking to media here rejected the probe commission altogether.

MQM leader Qamar Mansoor said that the commission formed by the Sindh government comprises a retired judge, which is not acceptable. He asked that a judicial inquiry be conducted to probe extra-judicial killing and disappearances of MQM men.

MQM leader Farooq Sattar said the issue of Karachi is not an issue of just one city, but a serious problem of whole Pakistan. He said Karachiites and MQM had played a key role to fight terrorism. He said 20 MQM activists were missing while 36 had been murdered extra-judicially, but not a single arrest made of their killers.

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