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GHQ attack: military court rejects convicts’ appeals

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RAWALPINDI: A military court has rejected appeals of all the convicts involved in GHQ terror attack, Geo News reported Friday.
According to report, the military appellate court upheld the verdict of a military court, which earlier handed down death penalty to Aqeel aka Dr Usman, a key accused of the terror attack that also led to killing of a brigadier.

The court had also awarded 25-year jail term to two accused Usman Khaliq and Majid while 10-year imprisonment to three others accused Imran Siddique, Adnan and Tahir Shafique in the same case.

A group of militants stormed General Headquarters of the Pakistan Army on October 10, 2009. Army commandos killed nine of the attackers while Dr Usman was arrested.

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SSG arrest him injured at GHQ attack so hang him now after get all info from him why waste of time?
 

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Imran Bhai they must have extracted all possible. Now he should meet his fate without delay.
 

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Imran Bhai they must have extracted all possible. Now he should meet his fate without delay.
thats what i said we arrest this dog red handed injured now don't waste time of court and officers just shot him or blast him in public so many others will scared to be a suicide bomber or attacker
 

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ISLAMABAD: A military court of appeal on Friday, by rejecting appeals of convicted ex-army men in the GHQ attack case, maintained the punishments awarded in August last year, DawnNews reported.

The military court in Rawalpindi had sentenced to death a former soldier, Aqeel alias Dr Usman, over an attack in 2009 on the Pakistan Army Headquarters (GHQ) and awarded prison terms to the seven others.

The former soldier of the army’s medical corps was given the maximum punishment of death while another retired soldier, Imran Siddiq, was awarded life imprisonment.

Three civilians — Khaliqur Rehman, Mohammad Usman and Wajid Mehmood — were given life terms while two others, Mohammad Adnan and Tahir Shafiq (both civilians), got eight and seven years jail sentence respectively.

Aqeel was caught injured during the Oct 10, 2009 raid on GHQ by militants while the other serviceman and five civilians were found guilty of abetment.

Eleven soldiers had lost their lives in the attack when 10 heavily armed militants, wearing suicide vests, stormed the GHQ, holding off commandos for hours.
GHQ attack case: Military court rejects appeals of ex-army men | DAWN.COM
 

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