Karachi: Warrants for arrest of Uzair Baloch, Baba Ladla
KARACHI: A court issued on Saturday warrants for the arrest of two leaders of the banned People’s Aman Committee and an alleged member of the proscribed Balochistan Liberation Army in illicit weapons cases. The court directed the police to apprehend Uzair Baloch, Noor Mohammad alias Baba Ladla and Rehmatullah and produce them in court by May 28. The CID police filed charge-sheets in court against Saifullah Bugti, Shamsuddin Bugti and Abdul Ghaffar Bugti, said to be BLA militants, and named the banned PAC leaders as absconders.
The police claimed to have detained the three suspects in the Shershah area on May 7 and alleged that the explosive stuff and illicit weapons were found in their possessions and they were involved in supplying arms and ammunition to criminals associated with the Lyari gang warfare.
The charge-sheets said that Saifullah and Abdul Ghaffar had recorded their confessional statements under Section 164 of the criminal procedure code before a judicial magistrate on May 16 and confessed that Rehmatullah had been supplying arms and ammunition to them from Balochistan for long and they delivered the same to Noor Mohammad and Uzair Baloch.
A judicial magistrate (west) accepted the charge-sheets for hearing and issued non–bailalbe warrants for the arrest of the absconders with a direction to police to arrest and produce them in court by May 28 Two case were registered against the suspects under Section 4/5 of the Explosive Substance Act as well as under Section 13-D of the Pakistan Arms Ordinance, 1965.