Notorious Yazidi takfiri nasbi terrorist Akram Lahori has threatened the Public Prosecutor during hearing of cases in the anti-terrorism court (ATC-III) in Karachi.
Shiite News Monitoring Desk cited a report of pro-Taliban Urdu daily Ummat published on Wednesday that said Akram Lahori threatened Public Prosecutor Abdul Maroof, a Sunni Muslim who represents the government in the cases.
Due to security threat from the outlawed Lashkar-e-Jhangvi (LeJ), an affiliate of outlawed Sipah-e-Sahaba/Ahl-e-Sunnat Wal Jamaat and Taliban, anti-terrorism court hears the cases of murders, attempts to murders, police encounters, in the premises of central jail Karachi.
He alleged that his cases were transferred to Sukkur on the instigation of the public prosecutor who replied that the cases were transferred for speedy trial and justice would be done. Then, he threatened that he would die before him.
Ajmal alias Akram Lahori was arrested from Orangi Town Karachi. He was said to be ringleader of banned LeJ since the killing of Riaz Basra in an encounter with Punjab police. Akram Lahori was cofounder of LeJ. Malik Ishaq, another co-founder is now deputy chief of Ahl-e-Sunnat wal Jamaat, the renamed version of banned terrorist outfit Sipah-e-Sahaba. ASWJ is led by Ahmed Ludhianvi who is trying to hoodwink people by saying that he had no link with the LeJ.