Sindh Rangers official handed death sentence
KARACHI - Sindh Rangers official handed death sentence by the Karachi Court.
Karachi court awarded the death sentence on Saturday to a suspended Rangers personnel for killing his colleague over a petty dispute in the bachelor barracks in 2016.
Suspended sepoy Syed Ali Murtaza was found guilty of killing sepoy Mashooq Ali with his official rifle after exchanging hot words inside the bachelor barracks of 63 Wing of Bhittai Rangers in Gulshan-e-Iqbal on Oct 23, 2016.
Judge Haleem Ahmed of the model criminal trial court (East) found Murtaza guilty of having committed premeditated murder of his colleague over a petty dispute.
The convict was also ordered to pay Rs2,00,000 compensation to the legal heirs of the deceased or undergo six months imprisonment on default.