Pak army chief confirms death for ‘hardcore terrorists’
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan military chief common Qamar Javed Bajwa on Friday confirmed the demise sentences for seven “hardcore terrorists”, the navy stated.
They had been awarded capital punishment by the particular navy courts arrange for fast trial of militants, following the Peshawar faculty assault of December 2014 that killed 150 individuals, principally schoolchildren.
The military stated in a press release that these convicted “had been concerned in heinous offences associated to terrorism, together with killing of harmless civilians, attacking legislation enforcement businesses and armed forces of Pakistan”.
“On the entire, they (the seven convicted males) had been concerned in killing of 85 individuals and injuring 109 others. Arms and explosives had been additionally recovered from their possession,” it stated.
The convicts had been tried by navy courts however the place and length of the trials was not revealed on account of safety causes.
The military stated one other 5 militants had been handed down jail phrases of various durations.
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