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Baldia Factory Accused MQM’s Raees Mamma Arrested 

Islamabad (December 23, 2017): The one of the main accused of Baldia Factory tragedy, in which more than 250 burnt alive, and MQM sector incharge Raees Mamma has been arrested from Malaysia on Saturday by the assistance of Interpol.

According to details Raees Mamma was one of the main culprit of Baldia Factory tragedy as he was escaped to Malaysia after the incident. He was arrested through Interpol while the concern officials are well aware of his arrest.

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Raesss Mamma will be brought to Pakistan after complying legal requirements in Malaysia.

It is pertinent to mention here that over 250 workers were burnt alive in a devastating fire at multi-story garment factory building in Karachi’s Baldia Town in September 2012. Rizwan Qureshi, a political worker and was arrested in an illicit weapon case in june 2013, exposed that the factory was set on fire as its owners failed to pay extortion.Bhola confesses before JIT to setting Baldia factory on fireInvestigating officer SP Sajid Sadozai submitted a progress report before the Additional District and Sessions Judge (West) Maqbool Memon in March 2016. The report said that the factory fire was planned terrorist activity involving some key member of MQM over nonpayment of extortion money. It was further said that it was an act of arson and the miscreants used some highly creative chemicals to set the factory on fire.

The report alleged that former Chief of MQM Karachi Tanzeemi Committee Hammad Siddiqui asked Abdul Rehman alias Bhola the then sector in-charge of the party in Baldia Town to set the factory on fire in order to teach the owners a lesson. Zubair alias Charya, an employee of the factory who was affiliated with the party along with his four accomplices set the factory on fire by throwing some chemicals in the warehouse located in the basement.

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