Two MQM activists sent to 15 years in prison for possession of explosives, arms case

Karachi—Anti-terrorism court (ATC) in Karachi on Saturday sentenced two convicts, activists to 15 years in prison over possessing explosives and illegal weapons.
During the hearing, the convicts were produced before the court. The investigation officers told the court that the convicts were involved in terror-related activities including possession of illegal arms and explosive material. The investigation officers were also present evidences against the convicts in the court
The court after observing evidences sentenced Salman and Ishtiaq to 15 years imprisonment and ordered to follow the directives.
It may be added that the culprits belonging to MQM were apprehended from North Nazimabad area of Karachi in 2012. The security personnel also confiscated huge cache of weapons and volatile material from them.
The senior police official stated that Karachi operation was launched by government which is giving positive outcomes as dozens of extortionists, target killers and terrorists have been held so far.

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