Rawalpindi: Judicial remand of accused extended for 10 more days
RAWALPINDI: An anti–terrorist court (ATC) here on Tuesday extended the judicial remand of the accused in the Marriott suicide attack for ten more days and directed police to complete their challan soon. The court adjourned hearing in the case till November 26. The accused were not produced before the court due to their trial in jail. The Secretariat Police Station had registered a case against the accused – Dr. Usman, Hameedullah, Rana Ilyas and Tehseenullah Jan — under Sections 302, 324 and 109 of the Pakistan Penal Code, 3/4 Explosive Act of Pakistan and 7-ATA on September 20.
Meanwhile, the ATC adjourned hearing in a case regarding a plan of blowing up main offices, including lower courts, till November 25.
The Sadiqabad Police Station had registered a case under Sections 3/4 Explosive Act of Pakistan and 7-ATA against Intikhab Abbasi and others for their alleged involvement in planning to blow up the SSP’s office, DCO’s office and lower courts of Rawalpindi in June. Police arrested all accused from Dhoke Kala Khan and recovered explosive material and three vans from them.