London: Friends of Lyari International released a video showing Saulat Mirza, an alleged member of the Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) and the convict of Karachi target killing, confessing his crimes.
In the 30-minute video, Mirza is shown accusing MQM chief Altaf Hussain for ordering killings and other acts of disturbance in Karachi, the financial hub of Pakistan.
The group convener Habib Jan, a former member of Pakistan People’s Party (PPP), said it was a “counter-drone” to Altaf Hussain.
In the clip, Mirza appeals to Pakistani authorities to listen to his confessions once again and that he is ready to cooperate more with the authorities.
Habib Jan did not give details who gave him the video, but said in a press conference, “There are people in Pakistan who want to expose conspiracy against Pakistan and they have passed this video to us.”
He urged Pakistani authorities to cooperate more with the UK authorities and hand over the Joint Investigation Team report to them.
Sindh police officials have widely claimed that Mirza belongs to the MQM and has committed 58 murders after being released on parole in 2004.
The video can be watched below: