KARACHI: (Online): An arrested activist of Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) Saeed alias Saeed Bharam has said Pak Sarzameen Party’s (PSP) leader Anees Qaimkhani had tasked him to kill Zulfiqar Mirza, Afaq Ahmed and Shahi Syed.
According to the Joint Investigation Team (JIT) report, Bharam has disclosed that he knew over 34 MQM workers who received training from Indian intelligence agency RAW- Research and Analysis Wing.
Facing over 50 cases pertaining to charges of murder, attempted murder, ‘China-cutting’ of amenity plots besides other heinous crimes, Saeed was arrested by Interpol in Dubai in March, on the directives of the Pakistani authorities.
He was handed over to the Rangers on a 90-day preventive detention, by an anti-terrorism court (ATC), following his extradition from Dubai.
He had fled to Dubai at the onset of the Rangers-led operation in Karachi in 2013.
Bharam, according to the JIT report, revealed that around 13 ‘hitmen’ had fled abroad during the Karachi operation.
He further disclosed that secret code word was used for target killings, adding that “computer for Kalashnikov”, “pencil for pistol” and ‘explosives were called lime (Chhona).”