Police arrests killer of 96


Irfan Aligi

Karachi Police arrested a notorious target killer allegedly belonging to Muttahidda Qaumi Movement (London). He has been identified as Yousuf aka Yousuf Thaeley Wala (Wheel barrower).
Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) of Karachi’s district East, Azfar Mahesar disclosed this in a press conference he held at his office, Wednesday.
According to him, the target killer was wanted to Police in 96 murders. The killer had shot party colleague workers on suspicion of spying against the party, cops and armed forces personnel.
According to SSP, there were 43 members in his gangs and his prime job was to drop or settle bodies of victims at deserted venues and he used to carry their bodies on his wheel barrow. He had shot 2 military personnel, 1 PAF personnel, 1 cop, 5 Haquiqui activists, 2 government officers, 12 party colleagues on suspicion of spying against the party and 1 on refusing to pay extortion money.
The SSP said that Sindh Home department had issued orders for his arrest at all cost.
The accused is close friend of Nadeem Marble and Abdul Salan aka Massa.
Pakistan Rangers Sindh had arretsed him in 1996 but was released on parole during tenure of Musharraf and had since then gione underground.
During preliminary interrogation, the accused reveqled that he had close contacts with Dr Farooque Sattar, who had accommodated him for one month at MQM headquarters, 90.
He also remained in close contact with party leaders in London. He revealed that he killed people on orders of party leaders.
Meanwhile, Dr Sattar while reacting to confessional statement of the accused said that he had never been in-charge of party set-up and they were Amir Khan, Anis Qaimkhani and Kunwar Naveed Jamil.
Dr Sattar said that he always confined him to political set-up of the party. It looks as if a new conspiracy is being hatched against him and that those who are behind this new development would soon be exposed, he added.

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