Karachi court acquits alleged Jundullah man
KARACHI: Additional District and Session Judge (ADJ), Obaid-ur-Rehman acquitted an alleged member of banned outfit Jundullah, Qasim Toori and five others in a murder case here Wednesday, the Daily Times reported.
This is the second time in recent months that Qasim Toori has been acquitted from a case. Last time around, he was released from a bank robbery case. Qasim, along with his partners, Shehzad Bajwa and Atta-ur-Rehman was allegedly involved in a murder.
According to police record, Toori was also allegedly accused of murders, attempt of murder including sectarian terrorism activities, for which he has been facing the cases as well.
He was arrested from Shah Latif police station limits after an encounter, and a few cases against him are under trial at the Anti Terrorism Court Karachi.[google-map]