Rawalpindi: Remand of accused extended
RAWALPINDI: An anti-terrorist court here on Thursday extended judicial remand of a man allegedly involved in the Wah Cantonment suicide attack for another seven days. The Wah Police had registered a case against Hameedullah for his alleged involvement in the suicide attack in which many people were killed in August. The court directed police to produce the accused on December 4. Meanwhile, the ATC extended the judicial remand of an accused for seven more days in a case relating to suicide attack near Hamza Camp.
The New Town Police had registered a case against Shafiq–ur–Rehman and Dr. Niaz Ahmed for their alleged involvement in the case.
In another case, the court acquitted three accused allegedly involved in kidnapping for ransom.
The Koral Police had registered a case against accused Muhammad Yasir, Mehboob Ahmed and Muhammad Wasif under Section 365–k in 2007.
Police could not prove crime against the accused due to which the court acquitted them.
An additional district and sessions judge awarded one-year imprisonment and a fine of Rs10,000 to an accused for his involvement in a narcotics case. Accused Kamran Ahmed confessed his crime.