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PHC blast case: ATC convicts terrorist

Written by The Frontier Post

Humayun Khan

PESHAWAR: Anti-Terrorism Court Peshawar has convicted terrorist for four times lifetime imprisonment involved in bomb blast in front of Peshawar High Court in which 11 persons were injured including two security personnel.

The convicted terrorist is identified as Ikramullah an Afghan citizen residing currently in Peshawar while facilitator Matiullah is convicted for ten years of imprisonment. The prosecution claimed that terrorists were involved in bomb blast in front of PHC on 16 December 2019.

Counter Terrorism Department had registered case of the offence and arrested the culprits and laterally prosecuted the case in the court. The convicted culprit Ikramullah was charged under four different sections of law including Anti Terrorism Act and convicted as per offence for four times lifetime imprisonment while imposed fine of Rs,0.150 Million. Moreover, the facilitator Matiullah was convicted for 10 years of imprisonment and imposed fine of Rs,50 thousand under two different sections of law including section 14 of Foreign Act.

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