The case was registered on the complaint of Rangers official Col. Tahir at Civil Lines Police Station in Karachi.
According to the complaint, Hussain, in a TV interview, used harsh language against Rangers personnel who conducted a raid at Nine Zero last week.
In an interview with a news channel, Hussain, while referring to the Rangers personnel said “Jo afser hain woh thay ho jainge” (those who are now officers will become a thing of past).
The case was registered under clause 7 of Anti-Terrism Court and 506 (B) of Pakistan Penal Code (PPC).
It is noted here that Amir Khan, a central figure of MQM’s Rabita Committee, and dozens of others suspects were rounded up by police in a pre-dawn raid on the party’s headquarters in Azizabad on March 11.
Rangers spokesman Col Tahir claimed that those arrested were involved in criminal activities. He said that Faisal Mota, a death row convict, was also found from the office. Col. Tahir said that weapons supposedly stolen from NATO containers, were also recovered from the office, a charge MQM strongly denies. Agencies