Karachi: An anti-terrorism courtroom sentenced a Tehreek-e-Taliban Haqqani group convict to a complete of 12 and a half years in jail.
According to Express News, the Special Court No. 12 within the Anti-Terrorism Complex in Karachi Central Jail dominated in a case of funding for a banned group. The courtroom sentenced Zia Hussain, a convict of the banned Tehreek-e-Taliban Haqqani group, to a complete of 12-and-a-half years in jail. The courtroom additionally ordered the convict to pay a high-quality of Rs 70,000.
According to the investigating officer, the convict Zia Hussain was arrested by CTD from Ittehad Town Karachi, the convict has additionally been arrested by US forces in Afghanistan and after his launch from Guantanamo Bay jail, the convict was included within the fourth schedule. , The perpetrator was elevating funds for a banned group.