Islamabad: Terror accused sent on 7-day physical remand
Islamabad: Anti-Terrorist Court (ATC) Judge Shahid Rafique on Monday sent four accused involved in plotting terrorism in the federal capital on seven-day physical remand, while the fifth one was sent to Adiala Jail on judicial remand.
Those who were sent on physical remand include Mohsan Ali, Imam-ud-Din, Muhammad Arshad, and Kamran Ikram. While Muhammad Afzal was sent to Adiala Jail on judicial remand. The court has ordered production of the four accused on October 17 and one on October 24, 2011.
A huge cache of arms and ammunition including 12 rocket launchers, 14 rockets, 16 rocket fuses, 4 suicide jackets, 14 hand-grenades, explosive powder, a gallon of liquid explosive and a bundle of connecting wires were recovered from terrorists hideout in Chatta Bakhtawar.
Shahzad Town Police Station had registered a case under Sections 337J/34, 13/20/65, 3/4 Explosive Act of Pakistan and 7 ATA against five alleged terrorists for planning terrorism activities in the federal capital. Police produced terrorists in ATC under tight security arrangements.