Two Deopbandi Sipah-e-Sahaba terrorists hanged to death in Multan

Written by  Published by:Shiite News
Published in Pakistan
Wednesday, 07 January 2015

Two Deobandi takfiri convicts, belonging to the banned Deobandi outfit Sipah-e-Sahaba that now calls itself ASWJ, were hanged till death at the New Central Jail Multan on Wednesday early morning.


The latest executions have brought the number of those hanged until death to nine. The executions started as Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif lifted the moratorium on capital punishment in the country in the aftermath of the Peshawar carnage that left some 150, most of them children, dead.

Ahmed Ali, a resident of Shorkot, Jhang district, was handed capital punishment for killing three men: Altaf Hussain, Mohammad Nasir and Mohammad Fiaz and injuring Mohammad Pervez and Mohammad Siddique on the Railway Road in 1998.

Ghulam Shabbir, a resident of Talamba area of Khanewal district had killed Deputy Superintendent of Police Anwar Khan and his driver Ghulam Murtaza on the Bohar Gate Road on Aug 4, 2000. Charges of sectarian terrorism and violence were also proved against him. He was sentenced to death by a special anti-terrorism court on June 21, 2002, and the conviction was later upheld by the Supreme Court.

Both convicted men were hanged at 6am. Both were involved in murder cases and both belonged to outlawed Sipah-e-Sahaba,” said Saeed Ullah Gondal, an official at the central jail in the city of Multan.

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