Sindh govt to send 10 cases, including Amjad Sabri’s case, to military courts

KARACHI: Sindh government has decided to send 10 cases of terrorism to the military courts. The decision in this regard was taken in the legal committee meeting chaired by the home secretary.

According to sources, the case of the murder of renowned Qawwal Amjad Sabri will be sent to the military court. The case of the assassination of four Rangers personnel will also be sent to the military court.

Meanwhile, the case of the killing of four army men in Pareedi areas of Karachi was also included in the list of cases to be sent to the military court. Earlier, Sindh government had sent 26 cases to the military courts.