Two MQM workers get 14-year imprisonment
KARACHI: The anti-terrorism court on Tuesday awarded 14-year imprisonment to two Mutahidda Qaumi Movement (MQM) workers each in a case of illegal arms and possessing explosives susbtance, ARY News reported.
The court also imposed fine on the two political workers along with imprisonment.
The two men — Naeem alias cockroach and Farhan alias Tidda — are also charged for possessing explosives.
In November last year, an ATC had sentenced two MQM workers to 14 years imprisonment in the same case.
Naseem-ul-Ghani was awarded a 14-year jail term, while co-accused in the case, Adnan, was sentenced to seven years imprisonment, after they were found guilty of possessing explosive material and illegal arms.