KARACHI - Two central leaders of Mohajir Qaumi Movement (MQM-Haqiqi), Aamir Khan and Afaq Ahmed were acquitted here on Wednesday from charge of killing a Taxi driver and injuring a passenger of the taxi. They were tried before Additional District and Sessions Judge, Malir Jan Muhammad. The court announcing the judgement held that prosecution failed in proving the charge against the accused. The taxi driver was killed in firing by unidentified gunmen on a day when the party had called a strike in protest over establishment of fifth district (Malir) in Karachi division. SHC extends stay regarding FPCCI polls The hearing of a constitution petition filed by Pakistan Pharmaceutical Importers Association challenging the rejection of their nomination papers in elections of FPCCI was adjourned till Thursday morning due to paucity of time by a division bench of High Court of Sindh (SHC) comprising Justice Azizullah M Memon and Justice Abdur Rahman Faruq Pirzada. On Wednesday ten applications were moved by interested parties to become intervenor in the petition. The Director General, Trade Organisation (TO) submitted its reply in the petition. It was maintained that the impugned letter was lawful and as per powers conferred upon the DG, TO. The bench later put off further hearing till Thursday morning.