Two get 14-year term in explosives case

Karachi: An Anti-Terrorism Court (ATC) on Tuesday awarded 14-year term to two accused in explosives material case.

ATC judge found Abdul Sattar and Abdul Qadeer guilty of possessing explosives material in 2014.

ATC judge pronounced verdict after recording the statements of witnesses, evidences and hearing arguments from both sides.

According to the prosecution, the accused was arrested by the police on 19 April 2014, police had recovered explosives material from their possession which includes hand grenades.

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