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I was in contact with Kulbhushan,Iranian agency, Uzair tells magistrate

April 13, 2017

Reveals support of prominent politicians in criminal activities

KARACHI: Lyari gangster and former head of the banned People's Aman Committee, Uzair Baloch, has made a confessional statement to a magistrate following his arrest on April 24 last year.

He admitted his relations with renowned political persons and foreign agencies alongside collecting millions in extortion from various institutions. He further stated that he had elicited Rs20 million a month from fisheries only, adding he had recommended Saeed Baloch and Nisar Morai's appointment there.

He also admitted he had used his relations with Zulfiquar Mirza, Qadir Patel and Yusuf Baloch to have SHOs of his choice appointed to facilitate his criminal activities. He admitted that he had been in contact with Indian spy Kulbhushan and Iranian spy agency. He said he knew Haji Nasir to be an Iranian spy, adding he arranged a meeting with the Iranian secret agency. He had confessed to having snitched on the Pakistani armed forces in Karachi and sharing information with the Iranian spy.

Lyari gang war don Uzair Baloch revealed during investigation that he had committed crimes, especially for politicians, and got heavy amount in return. According to credible sources, Lyari gang leader has admitted that he had attempted the nastiest offenses with the connivance of renowned politicians and got heavy amounts for their wrongdoings. Uzair was known by the names of Abba Sardar and don in the underworld of the city.

He further revealed that he had allegedly got Rs10 million in order to illegally occupy costly lands located at Hawkes Bay, Mowach Goth and Northern Bypass. He received the heavy amount from an influential political personality.

Sources stated that the Lyari gang leader had also received Rs six million to create hurdles in an effort for grabbing some 500 quarters at Mauripur by a political leader. In 2011, a provincial minister had assigned Uzair to resolve different cases of properties. The minister gave him Rs five million for the job. An influential leader of Sindh had also used Uzair to buy 40 bungalows in Clifton at throwaway prices.

On 19th October, 2010 after the tragedy of Shershah Kabari Market, an important political leader had given him the task to kill men from an opponent's group in revenge.

In 2012, Uzair had succeeded in abolishing the head money fixed on him and his campaigns with the connivance of an important and powerful political figure. While in the 2013 election, an influential woman politician had contacted him on the matter of distribution of provincial and national assembly tickets. The gang leader also revealed that he had contacts with a female politician of Sindh over the matter of national and provincial assembly tickets from Lyari during the 2013 general elections.

Now the most important character of the unholy alliance between crime and the government is in the custody of the Pakistan Army. -