2 Indians unveiled in Money Laundering Case against MQM

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Money Laundering case against Muttahida Quami Movement (MQM) leadership took another twist when 2 new names came to the fore. New names are 2 Indian origin people, Latif Jiva and Yaseen Haji.

These names were unfolded after an attempt was made by the MQM to save heavy amount to the tune of 450,000 pounds present in Euro Property’s bank account.

It should be mentioned here that Euro Property is an estate business company. MQM chief Altaf Hussain, Tariq Mir and several others people remained its directors. 

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After the MQM office raid by British police, a renowned political personality that is former minister in Pakistan was contacted by these people to liaise with Latif Jiva and Yasin Haji. Both these persons, British Indians, were used to channelize Euro Property’s money into their accounts. 

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Following a raid on MQM London office and freeze on the party’s bank accounts, Euro Property transferred its money into the accounts of British Indians, Latif Jiva and Yaseen Haji. But, this transaction came to the knowledge of London Police.

Meantime, London Police ramped up the security of Sarfaraz Merchant, another man accused in money laundering case.

Merchant said Scotland Yard officials themselves took notice of his security, saying, “Scotland Yard officers showed up at my residence and assured me of complete security.”

“I have apprised them of risks and threats to my life in London and Pakistan,” he added.