Accused gets 14-year term in terrorism cases

KARACHI: Anti-Terrorism Court-I (ATC-I) on Wednesday awarded combined fourteen-year imprisonment to an accused, Mohammad Ali, in an extortion and illegal weapon possession case.

ATC-II judge pronounced the verdict after recording evidence of witnesses and hearing arguments from both sides. He awarded a seven-year imprisonment &imposed fine of Rs 50,000 in an extortion case and seven-year imprisonment & imposed fine of Rs 50,000 in weapon possession case.

Both the imprisonment would undergo at same time. The accused would have to undergo one-year more imprisonment in case of non-payment.

The accused Mohammad Ali was found guilty of demanding extortion money of Rs 50,000 from complainant Syed Mohammad Ali Shah and hurling threats of killing him in case of non-payment on 8 July 2013 within the jurisdiction of Sohrab Goth police station.

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