ISIS Daesh inspired Pakistani terrorists convicted for killing naval officer.
An antiterrorism court sentenced two Daesh-inspired terrorists life imprisonment in a case of the killing of a Pakistan Navy officer in 2013.
ISIS Daesh inspired Pakistani terrorists convicted for killing naval officer
The court (ATC) found Saad Aziz alias Tin Tin and Tahir Hussain Minhas alias Saeen guilty of murdering Captain Ahmed of the Pakistan Navy.
In the aforesaid armed attack, the terrorists had wounded his foreign wife in Karachi.
The judge of the ATC-VIII pronounced the verdict reserved after recording evidence and final arguments from both sides.
Meanwhile, the judge also imposed a fine of Rs500,000 each on them and in case of default Aziz would have to undergo an additional six-month imprisonment, while Minhas would have to undergo an additional three-month imprisonment.
According to the prosecution, on Sept 4, 2013 Capt Ahmed, 40, was travelling with his Swedish wife in a car when two gunmen on a motorcycle targeted them. Ahmed died on the spot while his wife suffered bullet wounds, but survived the attack, it added.
It further said that the couple was on their way to the Navy Engineering College on Karsaz Road from their residence when they came under attack. The naval officer and his wife held PhD degrees.
Military court had earlier sentenced to death aforesaid ISIS-inspired terrorists for the massacre of Ismaili Shias in 2015 Safoora Goth bus carnage.
They massacred around 43 members of the Shia Ismaili community.