Rangers arrest MQM Kamal Mallick KARACHI: The Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) claimed Thursday that a member of its central coordination committee (Rabita Committee) Kamal Mallick has been in remission by Rangers personnel.
According to the MQM, Mallick was in remission once Rangers administrated a raid on his residence in Karachi’s North Nazimabad space within the wee hours of Thursday.
In a press statement, the MQM aforementioned Rangers personnel stayed at Mallick’s house for 2 hours throughout that they condemned an oversized range of educational documents and certificates yet as removing all CCTV cameras and recording instrumentality that they took with them.
“A significant contingent of Rangers raided the house of Kamal Mallick on the intervening night of weekday and Thursday around 2:30 am. They scaled the walls of his home and in remission him. No reason for the arrest has been given,” aforementioned the MQM statement.
Mallick was taken to associate unidentified location once the raid, the MQM claimed.
The MQM says the Rabita member, WHO has antecedently been the Nazim in Karachi’s Gulberg city, suffers from a liver disorder and had undergone a liver transplant 2 years past.
The press statement any additional that senior party leader Farooq Sattar contacted Rangers officers, however they aforementioned that that they had no data of any such arrest or raid.