Quetta: Blast case convict to be hanged six times
QUETTA: An anti-terrorism court on Monday sentenced a man to death and ordered that he be hanged six times after finding him guilty in a case of bomb blast in which six students were killed and three others were injured. Judge Najibullah Khan Khilji also sentenced Abdul Khaliq to undergo 54-year imprisonment after prosecution proved that he had planted a bomb in a seminary in Qila Saifullah on Dec 3, 2007.
In another case, judge Abdul Ghais Nausherwani of the Anti-Terrorism Court sentenced seven persons two terms of life imprisonment in a case of suicide attack in which 51 people were killed and 71 others were injured.
Police had registered two cases against Daud Badani, Abdul Wahid, Shamim Ahmed, Usman Saifullah, Ghulam Farooq, Ziaul Haq and Jalil Ababaki for planning the attack on an Imambargah on the Prince Road on July 4, 2003.