KARACHI: The session court (South) on Saturday approved the bail of Shahrukh Jatoi and three other defendants in the Shahzeb Khan murder case.
The court ordered the defendants to submit surety bonds of Rs 0.5 million each, following which the court will issue the release order of the accused.
Shahzeb Khan was gunned around the child of a powerful medieval in an elegant area of Karachi. An ATC in 2013 had granted capital punishments to Shahrukh Jatoi and Siraj Talpur for the murder of Shahzeb, while life sentences were granted to Sajjad Ali Talpur and Ghulam Murtaza Lashari.Aurangzeb Khan expressed in his oath that with the assent of his relatives, he has achieved a trade off with the group of the convicts and has exculpated the murder of his child for the sake of God, thus he has no protest on the safeguard request of convicts.The court has declared to give its choice on the safeguard request of convicts today.Points of interest of absolve understandingAs per the points of interest of the absolve understanding between the convicts, Shahzeb Khan’s family were paid Rs 270 million.Sources educated Geo News that as a feature of the understanding, the expired’s family were given a 500-square-yard house in the Defense neighborhood of Karachi, while his dad was given a condo in Australia.
he US will “watch” Pakistan’s choices on President Donald Trump’s new Afghan and South Asia strategy to combat terrorism in its tracks, Defence Secretary Jim Mattis has said.
At the same time, Mattis also lauded India’s commitment towards the development in Afghanistan.
Trump, while announcing the new strategy for Afghanistan, had accused Pakistan of harbouring “agents of chaos” and providing safe havens to militant groups waging an insurgency against the US-backed government in Kabul.
Pakistan has opposed Trump’s Afghan and South Asia policy, saying it ignored the country’s sacrifices in the war against terrorism.
But, Mattis during a visit to Kabul said the new strategy was “not exclusive of someone”.
It is inclusive for all responsible states that want to stop terrorism in its tracks and defend the innocent, he said.
This is primarily because for the first time, the United States seeks to hold Pakistan accountable for its support to terrorist groups and organisation.
Trump’s also policy seeks greater developmental role for India in this war-torn country.
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg agreed with both Mattis and Ghani, saying that this is a regional approach, which includes both Pakistan and India.
Both of them have to be included in a mutual approach.
He urged all countries in the region to support an Afghan-led and Afghan-owned peace process.
Mattis said India has been “very, very generous” in its development assistance to Afghanistan.