MQM Founder Granted Conditional Bail
LONDON: Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) founder Altaf Hussain has been charged by Metropolitan Police over provoking people to spread violence through his hate speech in August 2016 from London.
The MQM founder was charged by the Metropolitan Police under terrorism act upon his arrival at Southwark police station today. Altaf Hussain was produced before District Judge Emma Arbuthnot, Chief Magistrate at Westminster Court, where he was granted conditional bail.
The conditions are:
1: A ban on making speeches to the media.
2: Must remain at the residence between midnight and 9:am.
3: Passport to remain in custody.
It may be noted here that Hussain has appeared at the police station for the third time over the charges of hate speech which he had delivered from London to a rally in Karachi.