Indian company in Dubai transfered money in MQM account; Sarfraz Merchant
LONDON: Sarfraz Merchant, a close aide of MQM Chief Altaf Hussain claimed that an Indian company in Dubai transfered funds in MQM’s accounts.
He also claimed that the Scotland Yard told him that the political party has been receiving Indian funding.
He said “I was shocked to find that an Indian company in Dubai was transferring money into MQM’s accounts.”
He claimed that MQM leader Muhammad Anwar visits India on regular basis and also insisted him to come along but he refused.
He also said “I shared the official document about Indian funding to MQM with a senior political figure, who was previously associated with MQM and is presently holding a key position in Sindh government.”
He also claimed that Scotland Yard police seized a list of weapons during raid at Altaf Hussian’s residence.
He said “Scotland Yard showed me a list of weapons, which carried the name and address of Altaf Hussain.”
He claimed that he gave 250,000 UK pounds to MQM and would adopt a legal process to take his money back.