ISLAMABAD-The Supreme Court of Pakistan on Friday constituted three-member bench to hear terrorism-related cases and appeals filed against death warrants.
Chief Justice of Pakistan Justice Nasir-ul-Mulk has formed a three-member full bench to hear theappeals of the convicts awarded sentences under the anti-terrorism law.
The bench will hear over 50 appeals of the terrorism convicts in its proceedings from five to nine January.
The bench will also hear the appeals of the government against acquittal of the accused.
A high level judicial meeting headed by Chief Justice Nasir-ul-Mulk in a meeting last week haddecided for hearing and deciding the anti-terrorism cases on urgent basis.
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