COAS Gen Qamar Bajwa signs death warrants for four ‘hardcore terrorists’

  • On the whole, the terrorists were involved in killing of 21 persons and injuring another person
Pakistan

RAWALPINDI – Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa confirmed death sentences awarded to 4 hardcore terrorists, who were involved in offences related to terrorism, including abducting/ slaughtering of soldiers, and attacking Law Enforcement Agencies and Armed Forces of Pakistan.

According to a statement issued by the Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR) the terrorists were involved in killing of 21 persons and injuring another person.

Arms and explosives were also recovered from their possession and after trial by military courts, they were awarded death sentence.

Details of each case is below:
1. Shabbir Ahmed S/O Muhammad Shafique. The convict was a member of a proscribed organization. He was involved in attacking Armed Forces of Pakistan, which resulted in death of Major Adnan and 10 soldiers. He was also involved in kidnapping and slaughtering of 4 soldiers. The convict admitted his offences before the Magistrate and the trial court.

2. Umara Khan S/O Ahmed Khan. The convict was a member of a proscribed organization. He was involved in attacking Armed Forces of Pakistan which resulted in death of 3 soldiers. He was also involved in the destruction of Government Girls Primary School, Hazara. He was found in possession of fire-arm and explosives. The convict admitted his offences before the Magistrate and the trial court.

3. Tahir Ali S/O Syed Nabi. The convict was a member of a proscribed organization. He was involved in attacking Armed Forces of Pakistan, which resulted in the death of 2 soldiers. The convict admitted his offences before the Magistrate and the trial court.

4. Aftab ud Din S/O Farrukh Zada. The convict was a member of a proscribed organization. He was involved in attacking Law Enforcement Agency, which resulted in the death of a police official and injuries to another police official. He was found in possession of fire-arm and explosives. The convict admitted his offences before the Magistrate and the trial court.