Sindh apex committee decides to send 28 terrorism-related cases to military courts

KARACHI: Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah on Wednesday chaired a gathering of the provincial apex committee, discussing a number of problems similar to prevalent side road crimes, land grabbing and ghost workers within the executive departments.

It is discovered that the apex committee has made up our minds to ahead 28 excessive profile terrorism-related cases to the military courts. The committee, after approving the suggestions, has directed the house ministry to ahead the cases to the military courts.

The committee used to be informed that the anti-terrorism courts within the province have to this point convicted 1,521 criminals, 94 of which awarded dying penalty, whilst 562 convicts have been sentenced to lifestyles imprisonment.

The provincial apex committee used to be attended by provincial ministers Nisar Khuhro, Sohail Anwar Siyal, Corps Commander Lt Gen Shahid Beg Mirza, Director General Rangers Maj Gen Mohammad Saeed, Inspector General (IG) Sindh A.D Khowaja, and different senior officers.

The committee agreed to induct side road crime within the apex committee’s area, CM directed police and Rangers to start up a focused operations towards teams eager about such legal actions.

While the cases of high-profile prisoners have been additionally mentioned throughout the assembly.

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