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'LeJ men' convicted.

BAHAWALPUR -- Anti-Terrorism Court (ATC) on Wednesday sentenced three alleged activists of the banned Lashkar-e-Jhangvi to two-year rigorous imprisonment each along with confiscation of their properties in separate cases.

According to a counter-terrorism department spokesman, Muhammad Ameen alias Abdul Qadeer, a resident of Jauharabad, was convicted in a case 39/17 (Aug 3, 2017) registered against him under sections 7 ATA and 5 ESA.

In the second case, Haris Ahmed was sentenced under sections 4/5 ESA and 7 ATA. As per the spokesman, hand grenades and other explosives were recovered from the convicts.

Nadeem Iqbal, a resident of Ghausia Town, Faisalabad, was handed down two-year imprisonment and the confiscation of his property.

A case was registered against him on June 23, 2017 under sections 5 Explosives Act and 7 ATA.

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Publication:Dawn (Karachi, Pakistan)
Date:Apr 6, 2018
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