Osama Satti murder case terrorism charges: ISLAMABAD: The successors of Osama Satti, who was assassinated by five Counter-Terrorism Division (CTD) employees in Islamabad, have challenged the ATC verdict of going down terrorism charges in the case.
The legal representative of Satti family members relocated Islamabad High Court (IHC) to challenged the anti-terrorism court’s decision of April 12. “ATC judge surpassed his territory in the event.”
The lawyer pleaded with the court to state the ATC judgment cancelled out and also order to continue the trial of the murder instance in the ATC by giving recommendation of Fahad Malik’s situation.
After summoning the feedback from the participants, the IHC adjourned the hearing of the instance until May 27.
On April 12, an anti-terrorism court (ATC) had gone down terrorism costs versus 5 Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS) workers in the Osama Satti murder case.
Court Shahrukh Arjumand had actually authorized applications filed by the detained accused against inclusion of terrorism charges in the instance. The court also denied a post-arrest bond plea of one of the implicated, Muddasir.
The ATC referred the case to a district and sessions court to attempt the charged for the murder.
On Jan 2, the five Counter-Terrorism Division (CTD) workers were apprehended for indiscriminately gunning down 22-year-old Osama in the Field G-10 location on Srignagar Highway within the jurisdiction of Ramna police station in the federal capital.