Islamabad (October 5, 2017): Islamabad High Court rejected arrested suspects Moazzam Ali and Mohsin Ali plea seeking expunging sections of Anti-Terrorism Act.
The court announcing the judgment over the pleas of the two arrested suspects ordered to main the seven Sections of the Anti-Terrorism Act.
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It may be mentioned here that at the last hearing the counsel of the two suspects barrister Saif had plead the court to expunge the said sections. He had argued that Dr. Imran Farooq’s murder in London did not fuel any terrorism in Pakistan. Opposing him the public prosecutor had said that the arrested suspects are trained terroristsand as per the report of Joint Investigation Team (JIT) Imran Farooq was murdered on the direction of Founder MQM.
Justice Athar Minallah had reserved the decision on the last hearing.
It may be mentioned here that Imran Farooq was murdered outside his house in London seven years ago on September 16 and police and other agencies continue investigations.
The Scotland Yard has issued a statement saying the investigations of the murder are still underway and that it is in touch with the Pakistani authorities over its fresh probes. Scotland Yard has vowed to bring those responsible for murder to justice.