Parveen Rehman Murder Case: Four punished

An anti-terrorism court (ATC) on Friday condemned four blamed to consecutive life detainment in the homicide instance of social extremist Parveen Rehman.

The ATC condemned Ayaz Swati, Raheem Swati, Mohammad Amjad, and Ahmed Khan false name Pappu Kashmiri to twofold life detainment later they were seen as at fault for her homicide.

The fifth charged, Imran Swati, was granted a sentence of seven years for being an assistant in the homicide of Rehman.

The homicide story
Parveen, who was a famous metropolitan organizer and social lobbyist, was killed in a hit and run assault on her vehicle at the Banaras flyover a couple of moments later she left her office for home on March 13, 2013.

The case was at first enlisted at the Pirabad police headquarters under Sections 302 of planned homicide and 34 normal expectation of the Pakistan Penal Code. In any case, Supreme Court requested a legal request which was led by the then-region and meeting judge Ghulam Mustafa Memon. From that point Section 7 — the discipline of demonstrations of psychological oppression — of the Anti-Terrorism Act 1997 was added to the FIR.

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