Monday, October 8, 2012
Once “Heinous Criminals” Sudden Became Innocent As Mirza Met Zardari
Karachi: Government of Sindh has decided to withdraw all filed cases against the gangsters of banned organization, Peoples Amn Committee (PAC). Sindh government has issued the order of withdrawal of all cases against Uzair Baloch, Zafar Baloch, Taj Mohammad alias Taju, Habib Jaan and others.
According to Police records, gangsters of PAC were involved in the cases of murder, attempted murder, kidnapping, kidnapping for ransom, attack on police forces and other critical cases. Cases will be withdrawn in the stages.
Uzair Baloch and 15 other men were named in the First Information Report 77/2012 that was filed at the Napier police station under sections of the Pakistan Penal Code that deal with attempted murder, causing hurt and mischief. Non-bailable warrants for the men were issued by the court on July 31.
Warrants against Uzair Baloch & Co. have been issued ‘five times’, but law and enforcement agencies failed to arrest them. After meeting of President & Co-Chairman of PPP Mr. Asif Ali Zardari with Ex-Home Minister Sindh Mr. Zulfiqar Mirza at his resident, suddenly government of Sindh decided to withdraw all cases against high profiled gangsters of Amn Committee.
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