KARACHI: Sindh Rangers on Monday informed the administrative judge of Anti-Terrorism Courts (ATC) about 90-day preventive detention of three suspects for questioning.
The personnel of Pakistan Rangers, Sindh, along with their counsel, separately produced two political workers, Amir Ahmed alias Nukta and Abdul Ghaffar and a man affiliated with notorious Lyari gang war before ATC administrative judge, Justice Naimatullah Phulpoto of Sindh High Court amid tight security.
According to the Rangers, they had credible information of suspect’s involvement in offences came within the ambit of Anti-Terrorism Act, 1997.
The court allowed the paramilitary force to detain the suspects for 90 days for interrogation considering legal provision section 11EEEE (1) of ATA. The Rangers has the authority to detain the suspect for the period of three months for questioning under this Act. The production of the suspects with relevant documents were made in compliance with section 11EEEE (3) of ATA for information and record of the court.