Hammad Siddiqui (Urdu: حماد صدیقی ) is a politician who served as the in-charge of Karachi Tanzeemi Committee (KTC) of Muttahida Qaumi Movement. The party has its power centered in the largest city and ex-capital Karachi where it has won large number of national, provincial and local body seats.
Previously a central leader of the party's student body All Pakistan Muttahidda Students Organization, Siddiqui became the head of the committee, a very important and influential body of MQM, in 2009, and kept the position for over four years. His role was said to be instrumental in expanding MQM's influence in Karachi. According to Azfar-ul-Ashfaque of Dawn, as "the longest-serving head of the KTC", he "expanded the committee’s role from a mere post office to an all-powerful body that had a say even in the nomination of party candidates for election to the provincial and national assemblies".
Siddiqui was sacked on May 21, 2013 when Altaf Hussain decided to dissolve KTC for violating party discipline. He shortly left for Dubai and, according to media reports, his sudden departure made the airport agencies "panicking". Political commentator Dr. Shahid Masood argues that Siddiqui's sacking "had sectarian touch to it".
On December 19, 2016 Rehman Bhola appeared before the anti-terrorism court. He confessed that Hammad Siddiqui allegedly sought extortion and shares in the Baldia Factory, and upon refusal, he decided to punish them. After the hearing, the ATC also issued red warrants for Siddiqui. The authority is seeking Interpol to arrest Hammad Siddiqui and bring him in the country for further investigation and legal proceedings.