Saudi diplomat killed, CTD seeks details of 3 wanted terrorists from Iran

Thursday, January 20, 2022

Significant progress has been made in the investigation into the murder of Saudi diplomat Hassan al-Qahtani, who was assassinated 10 years ago in the Defense area of ​​Karachi.

The Counterterrorism Department has asked Iran for details of the three terrorists wanted in the case.

The Counter-Terrorism Department said it had sought information from Iran on three wanted terrorists, Ali Mustahasan, Raza Imam and Syed Waqar Ahmed.

The three terrorists had fled to Iran and did not have a travel history of returning to Pakistan after the incident.

According to officials, the red warrants of Ali Mustahasan and Syed Waqar Ahmed have already been issued, however, the full details of Raza Imam were not available with the law enforcement agencies. Has gone

It may be recalled that Saudi Ambassador Hassan Al-Qahtani was shot dead in 2011 in a car in the Defense area of ​​Karachi.

According to the police statement, evidence was found that time Raza Imam, Ali Mustahasan and Waqar Ahmed were involved in the incident.

Raza Imam and Ali Mustahasan are also on CTD's Most Wanted list. According to the Red Book, Raza Imam and Ali Mustahasan belong to the banned Sipah-e-Muhammad and both are hiding in Iran.

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