It is possible that Syedna Qutubuddin camp may not be saying anything as they may be advised by the legal team – as the court case is going on. Just a guess of mine.
And if the news that Muffadal Maula lawyers have “resigned” themselves are accurate, it may be that they were not happy about showing this audio/video while the case is going on – may be they (Muffadal Maula camp) went against legal counsel? Again, just a guess.
As for the audio/video, I heard/saw it at the Masjid. I posted before on this thread some of my thoughts. There is nothing in the audio/video that links it to that specific time (3rd Rajab, 19th night of Rajab for the matam, etc.)
And I think it may carry some risk. To invalidate it, you only need one critical inconsistency. If something like that is caught, that can be a big blow, for the video, and for the whole case. And for it to be right, everything has to line up. And the audio may lead to the question – if Syedna Mohammad Burhanuddin could speak, even if not clearly, but understandable, why not say it on other occasions soon afterwards and clear the air?
But as other have said (Sceptical), they may be addressing a different constituency, and it is possible they may have succeeded there – that is possible.
For me, their ((Muffadal Maula side) saying in the court documents that there was no baraat and no intimidation – that turned me off. I mean, forced misaq, signatures, lanats, gibaat, disgusting emails, we heard them all – we heard “hame e ni baraat kari su” at the Azad maidan speech. The thing that turned me off is the following: Politicians do such stuff all the time. But I am having a tough time accepting as my spritiual dai, spiritual rehber (guide) a person whose side says inaccurate things in the court. I mean how can you guide us to the truth if you are not even speaking the truth (sorry, it pains me to say this) in a court filing. That bothers me.
I ask for forgiveness from anybody if I offended them, and I pray that Allah guide all of us (including myself) to the correct path (sirat-ul-mustaqeen). Ameen.