London, a historic city once considered as the Mecca of democracy, secularism and decency is gradually becoming Londonistan, an epicenter of radical Islam, religious extremism, money-laundering and militancy.
Meet Stephen Williams Hammonds, a Tory Party MP, who has been maintaining regular connections and secret financial transactions with an INTERPOL wanted terror-funder named Shahid Uddin Khan. According to information, this British MP is not only extending undue support to the INTERPOL wanted terror-funder, he also is helping this dangerous individuals in meeting various high-level members of the Tory Party.
Shahid Uddin Khan, an INTERPOL wanted criminal and terror-funder repeatedly has been claiming to be an “honest” man on various YouTube channels. But BLiTZ has already unearthed specific evidences of unimaginable financial crimes committed by Shahid Uddin Khan, his wife Farzana Anjum Khan and daughters, Shehtaz Munasi Khan, Parisa Pinaz Khan and Zumana Fiza Khan. Since 2009, British authorities have allowed this dangerous individual in residing in London by investing over US$ 15 million towards the so-called Golden Visa program, which has already allowed hundreds of criminals from around the world in taking refuge in England. According to the Transparency International, London is considered as the ‘Capital of dirty money’ as it has been allowing various individuals in bringing-in millions of dollars through illegal channels. Although Britain boasts of combating financial crime and even competing imposing sanctions on various individuals from different countries by accusing them of amassing wealth through illegal means, Britain’s role of letting nefarious individuals such as Shahid Uddin Khan in investing millions of dollars of dirty cash in England, where the National Crime Agency (NCA) and other law enforcement agencies are surprisingly lethargic in initiating legal actions against these culprits and deporting them to their homeland.
Since 2009, Shahid Uddin Khan’s family has been living in the United Kingdom. Shahid Uddin Khan (Army No: BA002428, Course: 8-BMA, Commission Date: 10-06-1983) and his wife and daughters entered Britain with millions of dirty cash.
According to credible sources, in 2009, Shahid Uddin Khan invested millions of pounds in the United Kingdom in exchange for obtaining immigrant status under Visa Tier 1, vide VAF No. 511702. The family had laundered an unknown amount of money and brought that into the United Kingdom via the United Arab Emirates and a few more countries, while Shahid Uddin Khan had invested over 18 million pounds for buying citizenship under Britain’s scandalous ‘Golden Visa’ scheme.
According to immigration records, Shahid Uddin Khan and his family members regularly visit the United Arab Emirates. British intelligence agencies never wanted to know the reason behind this family’s visit to the UAE.
Media reports said, four months before the Sri Lanka attacks, ISIS funder Shahid Uddin Khan had sent an amount equivalent to ninety-two thousand dollars. This amount went from Dubai to Colombo. In other words, Khans funded the Sri Lanka jihadists – on behalf of ISIS.
According to a report published in The Business Standard, Indian intelligence agencies were probing a deep-rooted nexus involving underworld don Dawood Ibrahim and a London-based former Colonel of the Bangladesh army. The agencies suspect that the Bangladeshi army officer, allegedly involved in gun running, has links with Dawood Ibrahim’s underworld activities operating from India’s eastern borders.
What prompted the intelligence agencies to probe the nexus between Dawood and the Bangladeshi army officer was a report published in a leading British daily. On May 25, 2019 British newspaper The Sunday Times, in an exclusive report, revealed that a sacked Colonel Md Shahid Uddin Khan had been charged with funding terror groups, arms dealing and money laundering offences in Bangladesh. According to the British newspaper, the former Colonel has political links in Britain and had funded an MP [Tory Party MP Stephen Hammond].
Shahid Uddin Khan and his family members came under the radar of London Met Police in 2019, when Blitz started publishing investigative reports exposing notoriety of this terror-funder and money launderer. Later, prestigious British newspaper The Sunday Times journalist Tom Harper also published an investigative report exposing series of illegal activities of this man.
Quoting the investigative report of British newspaper The Sunday Times, Dubai-based newspaper The National in its report said:
A British Conservative Party donor has been charged with funding terrorist organizations, illegal arms dealing, fraud and money-laundering in Bangladesh.
Connections between ISIS funder and Tory Party MP
According to media reports, convicted fugitive and funder of Islamic State (ISIS) Shahid Uddin Khan has hired British Torey Party’s MP Stephen William Hammond as his cohort in Khan’s nefarious agenda against Bangladesh.
Since 2010, terrorist Shahid Uddin Khan has been maintaining connections with British politician and currently Torey Party’s MP Stephen William Hammond. According to media reports, Shahid Uddin Khan has also business relations with British Conservative Party politician Stephen William Hammond, who has served as the Member of Parliament (MP) for Wimbledon since 2005.
INTERPOL wanted convicted terrorist and jihad-funder Shahid Uddin Khan recently claimed to have held a “meeting” with Victoria Marie Atkin, Minister for State for Prisons and Probation under Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
Victoria Mary Atkins was born on 22 March 1976 in London. She is the daughter of Sir Robert Atkins, a former Conservative MP and MEP and Lady Dulcie Atkins, a Conservative councilor.
Ms. Atkins was called to the bar (Middle Temple) in 1998. She worked as a barrister in the field of fraud in London.
Shahid Uddin Khan published his photograph with Ms. Atkins along with UK’s Torey Party’s MP Stephen William Hammond stating he had meetings with the junior minister amongst many others.
Commenting on British MP Stephen William Hammond’s secret financial relations with terror-funder Shahid Uddin Khan and this INTERPOL wanted criminal getting special favor from Stephen Hammond and few other leaders of the Tory Party, a political analyst in the United Kingdom said: “Such connections are very unfortunate. British politicians should not sell their souls to controversial individuals like Shahid Uddin Khan”.
Who is Stephen Hammond?
On 4 September 2012, Stephen Hammond was appointed Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Transport, with responsibility for buses, rail and shipping. He lost his ministerial post in the reshuffle on July 15, 2014 and was succeeded by Claire Perry. He became Vice Chairman of the Conservative Party for London on 20 July 2017 and was sacked the following December 16 after participating in a Brexit rebellion against the government of Theresa May three days earlier.
Hammond was however appointed to be a Minister of State at the Department of Health and Social Care on November 16, 2018, following the promotion of Stephen Barclay to the position of Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union. On September 3, 2019, he had the whip removed after voting for a bill ruling out leaving the European Union without a deal. However, on October 29 he was one of ten Conservative MPs to have the whip restored.
In 2012, Hammond was the subject of a parliamentary investigation after it was revealed that he had failed to disclose investments in Harwood Film partnership, a legal investment scheme which permitted the deferral of tax payments, in the Register of Members’ Interests. He subsequently apologized for the “oversight” in not registering the financial interest but was cleared of any wrongdoing.
In December 2014, Hammond assumed a second job as an adviser to Inmarsat; he was cleared to do so by the Advisory Committee on Business Appointments. He had been criticized earlier that year for having been the fourth most frequent user of ministerial chauffeur-driven “top up” cars, at 138 uses per year, during his time in office as Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Transport. Hammond had previously criticized Ken Livingstone in the House of Commons for setting up companies to reduce his tax bill. The Daily Telegraph subsequently alleged that Hammond had sought to avoid tax by registering the ownership of his Portuguese villa through an offshore-registered company, which his lawyers described as a “normal” arrangement that “did not result in tax benefits for him or his wife”.
The article about Stephen Hammond on Wikipedia was one of a number edited in May 2015 by computers owned by Parliament in what The Daily Telegraph described as “a deliberate attempt to hide embarrassing information from the electorate”. The deleted information concerned his frequent use of chauffeur-driven cars while in government.