PESHAWAR: The Peshawar high court docket on Thursday issued a live order in opposition to the execution of a terrorism convict and suspended his loss of life sentence provided by way of a army courtroom remaining 12 months for attacking protection forces and blowing up of a college in Swat.

A bench together with chief Justice Waqar Ahmad Seth and Justice Abdul Shakoor issued be aware to the defence ministry seeking facts of the case.

Khadim Khan filed a petition with the court docket tough the conviction of his son, Arshad Bilal.


He claimed that his son was falsely implicated in the instances.

The Inter-offerings Public family members, the media wing of the Pakistan navy, had announced on Jan 19, 2018, the award of dying sentence to ten convicted terrorists, together with Arshad Bilal, through a navy courtroom and the following confirmation of the sentence by using the leader of navy group of workers.

It had claimed that Arshad Bilal and Anwar Ali, individuals of a proscribed company, have been determined to be worried in attacking armed forces, which killed 9 squaddies and injured 9 others.

The ISPR had added that the convicts had also destroyed the government Boys number one school in Langer place of Swat except owning unlicensed firearms and explosives. It had claimed that the convicts had confessed to terrorist sports before a Justice of the Peace and the trial court docket.

Mohammad Arif Jan, attorney for the petitioner, said convict Arshad Bilal become a resident of Swat and had long gone to Karachi, wherein he used to paintings as a labour before he become hung on Apr 16, 2011.

He added that Arshad Bilal remained lacking for numerous months and turned into traced at an internment centre in Fizzagut region of Swat.

The attorney said Arshad Bilal became kept at the Swat internment centre for decades before he changed into shifted to such facility in Kohat.

He said when the own family visited the detainee on the internment centre final 12 months, they found out approximately his conviction and were informed that a military courtroom had sentenced him to dying.

The lawyer claimed that the convict was no longer a member of any militant outfit and that there was nothing on file to prove his involvement in anti-country activities.

He said numerous constitutional provisions had been violated during the conviction of Arshad Bilal and that he changed into denied fair trial, which changed into guaranteed in Article 10-A of the charter.

The lawyer additionally complained that the convict was no longer allowed to rent a legal professional of his preference.

He requested the courtroom to suspend the sentence at once fearing that the convict could be done each time.

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