Three terrorists hanged in KP

  • The terrorists named Behram Sher, Sajid and Fazal Ghaffar were involved in attacks on PIA plane, security forces
Pakistan

RAWALPINDI – Three terrorists convicted by military courts were executed at a jail in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa on Wednesday, said a statement released by the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR).


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The ISPR statement added that the terrorists were involved in attacks on a plane of Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) at the Peshawar airport, security forces and other militant activities.

The convicts named Behram Sher, Sajid and Fazal Ghaffar had admitted to their offences before the magistrate and the trial court, ISPR said.

Following the detail of each case;

1. Sajid S/O Ibrahim Khan. The convict was a member of a proscribed organisation. He was involved in firing on a Pakistan International Airline plane landing on Peshawar Airport which resulted in the death of Mrs Maqnoon and injured two other passengers.

He was also involved in the killing of innocent civilians and attacking law enforcement agencies which resulted in the death of Pir Israr along with his eight family members, civilian Niaz Gul, Assistant Sub Inspector Sajid Khan. The convict was in possession of firearms and explosives. He admitted his offenses before the Magistrate and the trial court. He was awarded death sentence.

2. Behram Sher S/O Khairan. The convict was a member of the proscribed organisation. He was involved in the destruction of Government Girls Primary School as well as attacking armed forces which resulted in death of a soldier and injuries to two other soldiers. He was also in possession of explosives. The convict admitted his offences before the magistrate and the trial court. He was awarded death sentence.

3. Fazal-e-Ghaffar S/O Shehzada. The convict was a member of proscribed organisation. He was involved in attacking armed forces which resulted in death of four soldiers and injured another soldier. He was also in possession of a suicide jacket. The convict admitted his offences before the magistrate and the trial court. He was awarded death sentence.