Head Lashkar-e-Jhangvi released

Written by  Published by:Shiite News
Published in Pakistan
Thursday, 14 July 2011

jos_news_Pakistan_banned_outfitThe operational head of banned terrorists organization Lashkar-e-Jhangvi, Malik Ishaq has been released after being imprisoned at the Kot Lakh Pat jail for almost fourteen years.

Speaking after his release the top terrorist Malik Ishaq said that the integrity of Pakistan was dear to him and he would not
let anything happen to the country.

Ishaq had been in prison since 1997 and had 44 cases ranging from murder to terrorism lodged against him against the killing of thousands of Shia and Beralvi Muslims in Pakistan. The court had acquitted him in 34 cases while granted him bail in the rest.

Head of the outlawed terrorist Organization Sipah-e-Sahaba, Ahmed Ludhianvi along with other members greeted Malik Ishaq upon his release. Speaking to Geo News, Malik Ishaq said that he was satisfied with the decision of the courts and he had nothing to do with terrorism. Ishaq added that he would continue to fight for the country and the Sahaba.

The Supreme Court’s Lahore registry on July 11 had granted bail to Malik Ishaq.

Ishaq was accused of masterminding the attack on the Sri Lankan cricket team in 2009 while in prison. He had appealed to the Supreme Court to overturn the decision of the Lahore High Court which had rejected his bail plea.

The case was heard by Justice M.A. Shahid Siddiqui at the Supreme Courts Lahore registry. The defense attorney for Ishaq had said that the chargers against him could not be proven and thus the Supreme Court had approved his bail. The court had directed that he submit two separate security bonds worth Rs 500,000.

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