Islamabad: A trial of Dr. Imran Farooq murder case has been completed after five years while the anti-terrorism court has reserved judgment of the case which will be announced on June 18.
The ATC Islamabad Judge Shah Rukh Arjumand reserved the judgment of the Imran Farooq murder case after completing its hearing.
FIA prosecutor in the case Khawaja Imtiaz in his concluding arguments said that the hearing of the murder that occurred in England, allowed in Pakistan as per the law.
He said that the accused were facilitated from Pakistan adding that the British government only has an objection on the death penalty over the pieces of evidence of the case which we have.
Pakistan has ensured the British government that the accused will not be given the death penalty when their crime proved in the court while he added that statements of British witnesses are valid pieces of evidence in the case.
He went on to say that solid pieces of evidence exist against the founder of MQM Altaf Hussain, Anwar Hussain while he insisted the court that the accused committed the crime and should be given exemplary punishment while the accused belonged to MQM.
The FIA prosecutor asked the court to issue orders to confiscate all properties of Altaf Hussain in Pakistan to which the Judge said that the court has ordered it already and ordered to start confiscation procedure.
The court reserved the judgment after the completion of the arguments and it will be announced on June 18.