Altaf Hussain, the founder of Pakistan's Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM), was arrested in London on Tuesday over a hate speech in 2016 in which he had urged his followers to take the law into their own hands, the media reported.
A forensic unit of Scotland Yard also searched Hussain's residence. The news of his arrest was confirmed by MQM sources, Geo News said.
It is believed that Hussain was arrested in relation to the hate speech of 2016 in which he had urged his followers to take the law into their own hands. He had also threatened former Director General Rangers Major General Bilal Akbar, according to the report.
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