RAWALPINDI – Four criminals of death sentence who were arrested in charge of suicide attack in Rawalpindi in 2002 have been set free by Rawalpindi High court, PakistanTribe received media reports.
Rawalpindi high court has set free four criminals who were to be hanged in charge of suicide attack on Imam Bargah Shah Najaf in 2002. Court set them free for not finding strong evidences of their involvement in the attack.
Justice Ibad ur Rehman Lodhi and Justice Qazi Muhammad Hanif were leading the bench in hearing the case.
The criminals Fazal, Tahir, Hafiz Naee, and Habibullah were given death sentence by anti terrorist court.
It is pertinent to mention that Lahore high court has also took strict notice against superintendent jail Faisalabad for taking the death warrants of Criminal Faiz from court as his case was still under hearing in supreme court.
High court also asked superintendent Jail Faisalabad to give a written note to court that these prisoners will not be hanged before any decision form Supreme court.
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