An enemy of terrorism court in Sargodha on Wednesday condemned a man to death subsequent to seeing him as liable for killing his manager over obscenity claims last year. The convict, Ahmed Nawaz, who was posted as a safety officer at the National Bank of Pakistan branch in Quaidabad tehsil of Punjab’s Khushab district, had shot dead the branch administrator, Malik Imran Hanif, in November last year.

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The watchman had in this way professed to have killed Hanif over submitting impiety, with a video flowing on social media in which he could be heard saying that the perished supervisor had “offended the prophet”.

Different recordings shared on Twitter showed the watchman being welcomed by a horde of allies in the wake of killing the administrator. The safety officer and the horde then, at that point raised mottos as they strolled in the city.

The suspect was then joined by heads of a strict group, every one of whom raised mottos and tended to allies from the housetop of the Quaidabad Police Station. Police faculty could be seen standing close by, recording recordings.

In another video, a maternal uncle of the expired director had said that the safety officer had shot dead Hanif because of a private matter. He had additionally denied the case that Hanif had offended any prophet.

Police had later captured Nawaz and charged him for the homicide under the counter-terrorism law. At that point, Khushab District Police Officer (DPO) resigned Capt Tariq Wilayat had revealed to that the safety officer and the supervisor had been quarreling for quite a while. The watchman was apparently terminated a couple of months prior; he was hence rehired and had a contention with Hanif a couple of days prior, the officer had said.

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On Wednesday, the ATC saw Nawaz as blameworthy under Sections 302 (Punishment of qatl-I-AMD) and 353 (Assault or criminal power to hinder public worker from release of his obligation) of the Pakistan Penal Code just as Section 7 (Punishment for demonstrations of terrorism) of the Anti-Terrorism Act, 1997. Also, the court condemned the convict to two years’ extra discipline, other than forcing two fines of Rs500,000 and Rs100,000, individually.


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