Execution of Four More Convicts

Execution of Four More Convicts

Execution of Four More ConvictsBAHAWALPUR /SAHIWAL /SUKKUR – While implementation of courts orders of Capital punishment four more criminals were executed this morning in different cities, PakistanTribe .com reported

In Sahiwal’s Central Jail, Shahbaz Ali inmate on death penalty was executed. In 1998, a seven-years-old Asim Baig was shot dead by Shahbaz on land conflict.

The district court sentenced execution to the offender and when his all appeals were rejected by higher courts, the President had also rejected his appeal for clemency.

Other two criminals Abdul Razzaq and Jalal were executed in Sukkur jail.

Jalal, a residential of Noshero Feroz, killed his cousin Haroon Muryju, on personal enmity. The district Court of Noshero Feroz sentenced the offender a death penalty.

The murderer Abdul Razzaq Chohan was a student in a local religious madrasa when in 2001 he slaughtered a boy Aftab Marani

Sukkur District Court sentenced the convict to hang.

Both the criminals were applied against conviction which were dismissed and few day ago the death warrants were issued to them.

On the other hand, a criminal guilty to rape and murder Ghulam Yaseen, the residential of Ahmed Pur Sharqia, is executed today in central jail Bahawalpur.

The guilty killed a woman after raping her.

Yaseen was sentenced to hang by District Court Bahawalpur over the convict of rape and murder.

Pakistan government took the decision of abolition of moratorium on death penalty on March 10, 2015 in the result of December 16, attack of Taliban militants on Army Public School, Peshawar where they gunned down more than 150 people, most of them were children.

The European Union (EU), Amnesty International (AI), the United Nations (UN) and the Human Rights Watch are very critical about the government’s decision. It should be clear that civil death plenty was ban in the country since 2008.

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