Terror suspects remanded to Taxila police
[Dawn] A civil court of Rawalpindi on Saturday handed over six suspected cut-throats of banned Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistain (TTP) to Taxila police on two days physical remand.
They were tossed in the calaboose
Drop the rod and step away witcher hands up!
by the police on Friday and were brought to the Anti Terrorism Court (ATC) on Saturday.
But due to unavailability of ATC judge they were produced before Civil judge cum Judicial Magistrate Mohammad Yousaf. According to Taxila police SHO, Mohammad Khan, the suspected TTP cut-throats were booked under section 7ATA related to terrorism and possessing illegal weapons.
The police officer said they had recovered 6kg explosives material, 150 detonators, three pistols, one grenade, and a huge quantity of detonator wires from the suspects.
According to the police, the suspects had confessed to killing some members of peace committees of tribal areas and they were also involved in the cases related to kidnapping for ransom.
The Taxila SHO had requested the court for four days physical remand.
The court after permitting two days physical remand directed the police to produce the suspected cut-throats before the ATC on February 18.
Posted by: Fred