The investigation agencies on Sunday decided to interrogate former Sindh governor Dr Ishratul Ebad in a case pertaining to the murder of Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) leader Dr Imran Farooq.As per the details, the investigation agencies decided to question Ebad after the Britain’s Scotland Yard handed over evidence against the former governor to Pakistan four days ago, said sources. The sources further said that the case would be heard by the Pakistani court after the Scotland Yard agreed.Earlier, the British government handed over evidence to Pakistan in the murder case. Dr Farooq was a senior leader of the MQM, and was killed outside his home in London on September 16, 2010. There are 26 pieces of evidence in the packet the UK Central Authority has given to Pakistan. This includes Dr Farooq’s death certificate, his post-mortem examination report, forensic report, fingerprint reports and the statements of the people who prepared the reports. A key suspect in the murder case of Dr Farooq case, Khalid Shamin, in a confessional statement made to the Pakistani law enforcement officials claimed that the party founder gave him directions to assassinate Farooq in a telephonic speech to party workers in Karachi.