MQM-P moves court against Altaf for 7 London properties
The Muttahida Qaumi Movement Pakistan (MQM-P) has initiated legal claims regarding ownership of seven expensive London properties against the party founder Altaf Hussain, his brother Iqbal Hussain and five other associates at the London High Court.
The lawsuit was filed by Federal Minister for Information Technology and MQM-P leader Syed Aminul Haque. The claim has been launched through a London law firm Legis Chambers for the possession of seven prime location properties valued at over £10 million.
The MQM-P nominated Iftikhar Hussain, Tariq Mir, Muhammad Anwar, Qasim Raza and Euro Property Development in the lawsuit.
Reportedly, the properties which are being claimed are Abbey View house, High View Gardens first house, Whitchurch Lane first house, Brookfield Avenue house, High View Gardens second house, Whitchurch Lane second house, and the MQM 1st Floor Elizabeth House office.
The claimant (MQM-P) has maintained that MQM Pakistan is “the real beneficiary of all seven properties as per the UK trust law.
Earlier on July 3, the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) had filed an application in anti-terrorism court (ATC) in Islamabad for the seizure immovable properties owned by Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) founder in and outside Pakistan.