RAWALPINDI: The Police and the District Intelligence Committee (DIC) have submitted the names of 14 individuals to the Home Department for their participation in criminal activities to be put on the fourth schedule of the Anti-Terrorism Act (ATA).
According to reports, 25 individuals in the Rawalpindi district have already been on the fourth schedule and the number of fourth schedulers will grow to 39 with the new addition.
The sources said that the DIC had already accepted the names of the 14 individuals and submitted their names for notification to the Home Department.
Of the 25 individuals currently on the watch list, five affiliated with outlawed groups were absent from their respective emails. Jatli, Murree, Civil Lines, Taxila and Ratta Amral owned the missing persons.
Of the fourth schedulers, the police had already received protective bonds worth Rs500,000 each. According to the Anti-Terrorism Act 1997, before leaving their hometowns and upon return, any person put on the fourth schedule is bound to alert the respective police.
They are not permitted to join or attend any meeting in any sensitive house.