LONDON: The London Metropolitan Police on Friday have once again came into action as raided and arrested two major suspected from West London over their alleged involvement in money laundering case, reports said.
The exact details of those arrested are not known as yet, however, they are reportedly be associated with a political party and one of them was handling the party’s financial matters.
The police raided two houses in the city and arrested the suspects while also seizing a few items from the place.
The suspects aged 40 and 70 years old – are now held at a police station and are being investigated.
British authorities had earlier informed Islamabad that its police found significant evidence against Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) workers in Imran Farooq’s murder case as well as against some prominent leaders in money laundering cases.
In August this year, MQM chief Altaf Hussain was investigated by the Metropolitan Police over the murder and suspicions of money laundering.
On September 16, 2010, 50-year-old Farooq was on his way home from work when he was attacked in Green Lane, outside his London home. The postmortem examination revealed that he died from multiple stab wounds.