Ahmed was the first Muslim to give the title of Lord in 1998, announced a similar reward for the arrest of meeting former U.S. President George W. Bush, in response to the United States announced a reward for those who help in the arrest of Hafiz Muhammad Saeed, the founder of the Islamic group Lashkar-e Taiba in Pakistan.It is suspected that Saeed was involved in the Mumbai attacks in India that killed 166 people.
A spokesman for the Labour party "temporarily suspended the membership of Ahmed pending an investigation." "If these comments were true, we condemn them and consider it absolutely unacceptable."
It seems that Lord Nazir Ahmed announced this bonus in a speech Friday at Haripur in Pakistan.
According to a Pakistani newspaper that the Lord saw that the British equivalent, announced by the Americans to arrest Saeed constitute "an insult to all Muslims."The newspaper quoted him as saying, "If the United States can declare a reward of ten million dollars to the families of Hafiz Saeed, I announced that I can equal ten million (for families) President Obama or his predecessor Jorgeh Bush."
Lord Ahmed refused to comment on this issue, but violently attacked Bush and former British Prime Minister Tony Blair on the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Of Pakistan and said "I did not see any reward. I said that the war crimes committed in Iraq and Afghanistan, George Bush and Tony Blair's involvement in two wars are illegitimate and must stand trial"