Sindh

Three directors of Fishermen Cooperative Society among five detained for 90 days

KARACHI: An anti-terrorism court (ATC) on Saturday granted 90 days custody of five accused including three directors of the Fishermen Cooperative Society (FCS) to the Pakistan Rangers (Sindh), ARY News reported.

The suspects were produced before the ATC under stringent security on Saturday afternoon.

The directors of FCS Rana Shahid, Muhammad Khan Chachar and Kamran Abbasi are accused of serving a female member of a political party and involved in corruption worth tens of millions of rupees.

Meanwhile, two more suspects Muhammad Naeem and Junaid alias K-2 were also given under custody of Pakistan Rangers for 90 days.

Naeem and Junaid are accused of involvement in target killing, extortion demanding and other serious crimes.

They were also said to be affiliated with another political party of Karachi.

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