Anti-terrorist court awards 14 years’ rigorous imprisonment

Karachi—An anti-terrorist court Saturday awarded 14 years’ rigorous imprisonment to accused Muhammad Hamdani s/o Abdul Hamid as the charges of possessing illegal weapons and explosive material were proved against him.
A statement issued by the spokesman of Pakistan Rangers Sindh said that the Rangers had arrested the accused on March 17 last year from Mithadar area. It said that for legal action and challan, he was handed over to Mithadar police on March 18, 2015.
Following this, the case against the accused was proceeded at the anti-terrorist court. After evidences and statements of the witnesses, the anti- terrorist court awarded the sentence to Hamdani, the statement added.—APP

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