Mustafa Kamal served legal notice for calling Moazzam Ali ‘a killer’

March 17, 2016 6:17 pm0 commentsViews: 27

Wife of Moazzam Ali Khan, one of the three suspects under interrogation in connection with the murder of MQM leader Dr Imran Farooq, has served a legal notice to Mustafa Kamal for allegedly maligning her husband in his media addresses.

Sadia Bano, sent the notice through her lawyer asking Mustafa Kamal to tender an apology for his ‘mala fide’ wordings and calling her husband a killer even though case proceedings are still ongoing.

While the two other accused have admitted their role in assassinating Imran Farooq in London, Moazzam did not confess to the offence.

Farooq was clubbed and stabbed to death near his North London residence in Edgware on September 16, 2010 on his way home from work.

On March 3, former city mayor broke away with MQM and formed his own political party along with leader Anees Qaimkhani.

During his much-hyped presser, Mustafa Kamal implied that a few MQM workers were involved in killing Farooq on directions of party supremo Altaf Hussain.

In the legal notice, Sadia’s lawyer maintained that the former mayor categorically called Moazzam “a killer” without any evidence and the case was still proceeding.

“…That you leveled this serious allegation against my client’s above said husband without any material/concrete evidence in a hearsay manner which cause serious mental agony and damage reputation of my client’s above said husband as well as our family in the eyes of vicinity,” the notice read.

The notice demanded Kamal to tender an apology in print and electronic media the same way he defamed Moazzam.

“Failing which I have fully authorised and instructed (to) start legal action against your maliciously(sic) allegation at your own risk and consequences,” it added.

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