2 brothers get death sentence
SIALKOT: Additional Session Judge Tariq Mehmood Malik delivered death sentences on Wednesday to two brothers in a double murder case.
The two brothers, Abdul Qadoos and Abdul Qayyum, residents of Adowarkey village and their accomplice, Sakhawat Hussein, were handed the death sentence and fined Rs 100,000 each, failure to pay would result in a further six months imprisonment.
The judge also sentenced three people accused in the same case to life imprisonment. Those given life sentences are, Zulifqar, Gulzar and Muhammad Boota. These accused were fined Rs 50,000 each as compensation to the heirs of the deceaseds.
Robbed: Unidentified men on Wednesday robbed Rs 80,000 at gunpoint from a man, Nadeem from Zafar Ali Road, and fled. In Gunna Kalan village, three masked robbers snatched Rs 50,000 and a mobile set from Zeeshan Ahmed from Bismillah Chowk Pasrur Road. Unidentified thieves stole Malik Akhtar Awan’s motorcycle from Malkey Kalan village and Muhammad Sharif’s motorcycle was stolen from Sharif Park. The police has registered the cases.
Robbers land death and life sentences: Additional Session Judge Nazir Ahmed sentenced to death Amjad Ali, accused of robbery and murder, and fined him Rs 100,000 as compensation to the deceased’s heirs. Amjad Ali was also sentenced to ten years rigorous imprisonment sentence for robbery. The other accused in the case, Muhammad Azeem, was given a life sentence and fined Rs 100,000 as compensation. The two accused had killed Muhammad Yousaf’s wife during a robbery in Hundal village.
Opposition’s no-trust move to fail: PML-QA District President Syed Naeem Amjad Shah said on Wednesday the no-trust movement against the National Assembly speaker would fail. Addressing journalists here, Mr Naeem said the opposition lacks the majority needed to make the no-trust move a success and should revert to avoid shame during the assembly’s June 28 session.