Pakistan

GUJRANWALA (Online) – An anti-terrorism court (ATC) Gujranwala on Saturday issued non bailable arrest warrants of MQM chief Altaf Hussain and ordered him to appear on September 10.


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A citizen from Gujranwala had registered a case in Gakhar Mandi police station, stating that Altaf Hussain had made anti-state and anti-army statements while sitting in London.

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“Altaf Hussain has sought help from Indian spy agency RAW, therefore, he has indulged in high treason against the country and he be tried under article 6 of the Constitution,” he said.

The court while issuing non bailable arrest warrants of Altaf Hussain has directed him to appear before it on September 10.