Pakistan

ISLAMABAD (Web Desk) – Key suspect Mohsin Ali’s fingerprints and DNA have matched those on the weapon used in the murder of former Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) leader Imran Farooq.

Scotland Yard officials had taken fingerprint samples when it first sent its team to interrogate the suspects in Pakistan. The Scotland Yard had also recovered a knife and other evidence as well from the crime scene.

According to Geo News, Scotland Yard has informed Pakistan of the key development.

Mohsin Ali in his statement to Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) had said that he had attacked only to tackle Imran Farooq. However, his accomplice, Kamran, had attacked Farooq with a knife.

According to Mohsin, Kamran was in Afghanistan but sources claim that suspect died during the detention of Law Enforcement Agencies.

Imran Farooq, 50, a founding member of the MQM, was stabbed and beaten to death in Edgware, northwest London, as he returned home from work on September 16, 2010.