Earlier today, Altaf accompanied by Scotland Yard officials arrived at the police station after a bail he had secured in a money laundering case expired.
Upon arriving at the police station, the MQM chief gave his “Salam to all Pakistanis.”
The police will decide today whether the MQM chief will be charged in the money laundering case or will be granted bail once again.
Earlier today, six Scotland Yard officials arrived at the MQM chief’s residence in northwest London.
Sources privy to the development claimed only MQM chief’s advocates will be allowed inside the police station with him.
“The MQM chief will appeal for an extension in bail,” the sources added.
Further, the MQM chief is accompanied by MQM leaders Farooq Sattar, Mohammad Anwar and Babar Ghauri.
Addressing a crowd at the Jinnah Ground late Monday night via telephone, Hussain said: “I shall take Allah’s name and go to the police station.” (Source)