UK Home Secretary greets doublemurder suspect in security breach
Recently, the UK Home Secretary Theresa May greeted a double-murder suspect from Pakistan in her home office which has been termed as a shocking case of security failure. Reports said that Nasir Butt, a native of Pakistan, had moved to UK in 1996 after he was accused of murdering his two brothers and that a Pakistani court had condemned him to death.
The UK Home Secretary who was unaware of his antecedents shook hands with Nasir Butt, who is said to have ‘managed to slip’ in with two official Pakistani delegates who were on a prearranged visit. Subsequently, the Home Secretary demanded explanation for the security lapse.
According to reports, Butt who came to UK in 1996 has been granted asylum and he runs a dry cleaners and furniture store.