LONDON: Britain's Foreign and Commonwealth Office has dispatched a letter to the Pakistan's Interior Ministry to trace and identify two men suspected of the assassination of Dr Imran Farooq.

According to the details, the letter was sent by Crown Prosecution Service through foreign ministry three months ago. Scotland Yard is convinced that suspects Mohsin Ali Syed and Muhammad Kashif Khan Kamran had stabbed Muttahida Qaumi Movement leader Imran Farooq to death on September 16, 2010 in front of his house in Edgware, London.

Mohsin and Kashif were staying in London on student visas but they left for Pakistan on the night of murder. Their visas were sponsored by a trader in Karachi, Muazzam Ali Khan. Britain's Foreign and Commonwealth Office spokesperson did not deny sending a letter to the Pakistan Interior Ministry, but he said he can't comment on it.–Agencies