The Metropolitan Police have indicted the founder of Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) Altaf Hussain over provoking people to spread violence through his hate speech which was broadcasted from London in August 2016.
The Metropolitan Police have charged Altaf Hussain under the terrorism act upon his arrival at the Southwark Police Station today.
“Plenty of evidence has been found by the London Police to indict the founder of the MQM,” the Crown Prosecution said.
According to the details, right after his indictment, Altaf Hussain was arrested by the police and he will be produced before the magistrate for carrying out further actions.
It is pertinent to mention here that Altaf Hussain has appeared at the police station in the London city for the third time over the charges of hate speech which he delivered in August 2006 from London to his workers and rally in Karachi.
The hate speech by the MQM founder had led to an attack on the office of a news channel in Sindh’s capital Karachi.
Earlier on September 12, the London Police have called Altaf Hussain again for the questioning in relation to the hate speech.