The Supreme Court acquitted two death row inmates six times
ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Court docket has acquitted two dying row convicts six occasions on the bottom of lack of proof.
The accused Shah Moor and Noor Khan have been accused of killing two individuals in Sui Dera Bugti and the trial courtroom had sentenced each the accused to dying six occasions.
The Balochistan Excessive Court docket additionally upheld the trial courtroom’s verdict. Each the accused had challenged the choice of the Balochistan Excessive Court docket within the Supreme Court docket.
A two-member bench of the Supreme Court docket headed by Justice Manzoor Malik heard the case
Defendant’s lawyer Latif Khosa mentioned that each the accused have been accused of homicide in 2014, however eyewitnesses later retracted their statements.
Latif Khosa mentioned that the dying certificates of the victims have been made 2 days after the incident and the case was registered four days later. The incident passed off on August 9, 2014 and the case was registered on August 12.
The counsel for the accused mentioned that there have been no eyewitnesses of the incident and subsequently the accused weren’t discovered responsible.
The Supreme Court docket annulled the choice of the Balochistan Excessive Court docket and ordered the discharge of each the accused attributable to lack of proof.