The Scotland Yard has announced to scrap probe against Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) chief Altaf Hussain for ‘inciting violence’.
According to a statement issued, the Scotland Yard said that Altaf Hussain’s (Teen Talwar) speech did not have anything that goes against the UK laws.
On the other hand, the Crown Prosecution Service officials said that they did not have enough evidence to establish a case against Altaf Hussain for ‘inciting violence’, announcing that there will be ‘no further action’ against the MQM chief on the speeches made after May 11, 2013 elections.
They also said complaints had been received on Altaf Hussain’s speech delivered at Teen Talwar, Karachi.
Special crime and operation officers had reviewed the speeches of London-based MQM leader and found nothing against the UK laws.
The Scotland Yard had launched investigation against the MQM chief for allegedly inciting violence in May 2013.