KARACHI: Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) Pakistan leader and former Sindh Minister for industries Rauf Siddiqui said that he was thankful to Allah for his acquittal in the Baldia factory case.
Talking to media, Rauf Siddiqui said that at the time of the tragedy, he had resigned from the ministry in protest. In 2017, he voluntarily appeared in court.
Rauf Siddiqui said that he has suffered 200 appearances in the Baldia factory case, the blood of those killed in the Baldia tragedy will not go in vain.
He said that he could not forget the screams of the family members at every court appearance in the Baldia tragedy case. The verdict of the case is good news for the family members.
“Following the case, my lawyers worked hard day and night,” the MQM leader said. The anti-terrorism court in the Baldia factory tragedy case forgot Rehman and sentenced Zubair Charya to death.
Read more: Bollywood actor Aamir Khan meets Turkish First Lady
The court acquitted four people, including Rauf Siddiqui, on the basis of lack of evidence. Those acquitted include Adib Khanum, Ali Hassan Qadri, and Abdul Sattar.
An anti-terrorism court convicted four suspects of facilitation. Facilitated convicts include Arshad Mahmood, Fazal, Shah Rukh, and Ali Ahmed.