Military courts being established for speedy trials of terrorist, says Defence Minister

Written by  Published by:Shiite News
Published in Pakistan
Friday, 19 December 2014

Pakistan’s Defence Minister Khwaja Asif on Friday stated that military courts were being established for trials of cases relating to terrorism. In an interview, Asif said carrying out of death penalty against terrorists would begin soon, adding that the government had consciously decided to lift the moratorium on capital punishment.


He further said that the process of establishing military courts for the purpose of trying terrorists was already underway. Asif added that there would be no discrimination in the carrying out convictions of terrorists who have been sentenced to death and whose appeals have been rejected.

The defense minister’s remarks come as the civilian and military leadership of the country has decided on zero tolerance for terror. The latest developments come in the aftermath of the attack on Peshawar’s Army Public School in which over 140 people — mostly children — were martyred by notorious takfiri nasbi Wahhabi-allied Deobandi Taliban terrorists.

Soon after the attack, the prime minister lifted the moratorium on capital punishment and managed to develop consensus among parliamentary parties on the way forward in fighting the scourge of terrorism in the country.

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