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ATC indicts four MQM workers in explosives case

KARACHI: The anti-terrorism court on Friday indicted four Mutahidda Qaumi Movement workers for possessing illegal weapons, ARY News reported.

The indicted political workers are facing charges of keeping illegal explosives and attacking the police.

They were arrested in 2015 from North Nazimabad area.

On Thursday, the ATC had declared six fugitive MQM workers as wanted in a madrassa firing case.

According to details, suspects Zeeshan, Masood, Mazhar, Farhan and others have been declared as wanted in a case pertaining to the year 2012 when they had allegedly fired upon madrassah Ahsan-ul-Uloom. The firing had claimed the lives of six people.

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