Rangers detain accused for 90 days


KARACHI: The Pakistan Rangers on Monday produced an accused, Mohammad Umar, before Anti Terrorism Court-III (ATC-III) and informed it about his 90-day preventive detention for interrogation.

The personnel of Pakistan Rangers, Sindh, along with their counsel produced the accused, Mohammad Umar, before the court and informed the court that the suspect was picked up during the targeted operation in Karachi and they had credible information about his involvement in criminal activities. The accused was allegedly belonged to Lyari Gang war.

The court allowed the paramilitary force to detain the suspect for 90 days for interrogation considering legal provisions Section 11EEEE (1) which was inserted under the Pakistan Protection Ordinance 2013.This amendments made to the Anti-Terrorism Act 1997, have authorized the paramilitary force to detain suspects for three months for interrogations.

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