P leader Dr Farooq Sattar briefly detained for second time
Mar 18 2017 by Desiree Burns
According to ARY News correspondent Rafay Hussain, Farooq Sattar was taken into custody from Shahrah-e-Faisal and moved to Chakiwara police station where he was questioned for a brief period of time.
Muttahida Qaumi Movement Pakistan (MQM-P) head Dr Farooq Sattar was released in less than an hour after being arrested on charges of hate speech late Friday night, police said.
Police sources told a private news channel that non-bailable arrest warrants had already been issued for Sattar.
Azad Khan, DIG South, has confirmed the arrest.
MQM-Paksitan has strongly condemned the detention of Dr Farooq Sattar.
MQM leader Qamar Mansoor was granted bail while Shahid Pasha's exoneration application was discarded in the hearing of a case involving MQM leaders who were guilty of facilitating Altaf Hussain's speech, in which he railed against the military establishment and security agencies.
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An emergency meeting was held at PIB Colony office to chalk out the future line of action.
MQM Pakistan is celebrating its 33rd Foundation Day on Saturday with preparations in the Jinnah Ground of PIB Colony.
Earlier, heavy police contingents surrounded the party's provisional headquarters in the PIB Colony area.
An anti-terrorism court (ATC) had also declared the MQM leader as an absconder in multiple cases.
The violence claimed life of a man and left eight others wounded, as charged party workers attacked some media houses and vandalised public property. He will be doing a press conference in a while. "I was released after an hour of questioning".
In an apparent reply to Sindh CM's spokesperson, MQM-P leader Faisal Sabzwari said that his party's leaders are not absconders and reserve the right to protest.