Saeed Bharam

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Saeed Bharam (Urdu:سعید بھرم; born February 23, 1971) is a Pakistani politician, Bharam is a member of the Muttahida Qaumi Movement – Pakistan

Saeed Bharam
PresidentArif Alvi
Prime MinisterShehbaz Sharif
GovernorKamran Tessori
LeaderSyed Mustafa Kamal
Personal details
Ahmed Saeed

Feb 23, 1971 (age 52)
Political partyMuttahida Qaumi Movement – Pakistan
Other political
Pak Sarzameen Party Muttahida Qaumi Movement – London (1992-2016)

Life and career

Born to a Muhajir family in Karachi, While still a student, he joined the All Pakistan Muttahidda Students Organization (APMSO) led by Altaf Hussain. Later, when the APMSO became a political party under the leadership of Altaf Hussain, Saeed served as the party's senior member. He is also the key Leader of the militant wing of the party, Saeed later flee the country as pakistan army lauched a crackdown in karachi on MQM Leaders and memebers.[1]. He also tasked ubaid k2 to kill Amanullah Khan Niazi as he didn’t coperate with Saeed in jail [2]. He also admitted ordering killing of 50+ people [3]


An operation was launched against Mutthida Qaumi Movement in 1992 operation clean up in which Saeed Bharam was later arrested in 1999 suspect for killing of four Americans: Ephraim Egbu, Joel Enlow, Larry Jennings and Tracy Ritchie. He was later released in year 2004 as government officials in the US weren't sure that he was involved in the case[4]. Saeed was arrested again in 2016 from dubai with the help of Interpol [5][6] several allegations and cases were charged on him some which are proved false [7]. Saeed also confessed that hussain was killied by memebers of the target killing team he ordered such killings from Dubai and South Africa[8]


  1. Desk, Web (2016-06-27). "MQM Leader Saeed Bharam flee out of the country". ARY NEWS. Retrieved 2023-02-08.
  2. "Amanullah Niazi case". The Express Tribune. 2015-04-10. Retrieved 2023-02-08.
  3. "Leader Saeed Bharam admits ordering up to 50 cases of murder - Pakistan - Dunya News". Retrieved 2023-02-08.
  4. "Saeed Bharam proved innocent". Retrieved 2023-02-08.
  5. "Most wanted Leader shifted to Karachi from UAE". The Nation. 2016-03-22. Retrieved 2023-02-08.
  6. "Fugitive political party leader Saeed Bharam moved to Karachi". Retrieved 2023-02-08.
  7. Tanoli, Ishaq (2022-04-14). "SHC sets aside life term of MQM Leader in murder case". DAWN.COM. Retrieved 2023-02-08.
  8. "Target killers were controlled from Dubai, MQM Leaders confesses". The Express Tribune. 2016-10-03. Retrieved 2023-02-08.

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