A Peshawar High Court bench on Thursday stayed the execution of another militant sentenced to demise by way of a military court on other counts of terrorism and suspended his dying sentences.
A divisional bench of the top court heard a judicial assessment of the petition filed through members of the family of the convicted TTP militant Syed Qasim Shah.
The accused used to be awarded demise sentenced over fees of assault on a non-governmental organisation Global Imaginative and prescient in Manshera, by which its six Pakistani workers have been killed.
The Inter-Products and services Public Family members (ISPR), media wing of Pakistan Military, had issued a press unencumber previous this month in which it used to be discussed that the Leader of Military Team of workers had showed demise sentences awarded to 13 “exhausting core militants”, together with Qasim Shah.
Previous in January, the Peshawar High Court had halted the demise sentences of 5 militants convicted by way of a military court.
The top court has typically been carrying out in-camera lawsuits of ultimate arguments in instances of military courts convicts.
A number of of the military court convicts approached the top court however did not get aid towards their convictions.
Appeals of a number of of them have been additionally became down via the Best Court. Recently, their evaluation petitions are pending with the apex court.